“Information security is one of the few spots in the business where you can be involved in almost every part of the business.”
Here’s last week’s recap of #100securedays:
Day 46: Make sure you keep a note of all your sensitive information, encrypt that information safely in a secure place. This will be easier to report it if it’s lost/stolen. #100securedays
Day 47: According to 2018 Verizon Data Breach Report- Misdelivery accounts for around 62% of human error data breaches in healthcare. Double-check every e-mail address before sending any e-mails out. #100securedays
Day 48: Encryption protects a user if their system is lost/stolen. This is the best way to protect any sensitive information in a device. #100securedays
Day 49: Monitor/proxy DNS traffic to ensure DNS is being used as intended. Also, ensure that DNS servers are up to date on all patches and running the latest version of the name server software. #100securedays
Day 50: Following a clean desk policy is one of the simplest ways to improve compliance of privacy laws. To safeguard your company’s sensitive information a clean desk policy and a clear screen policy work hand in hand. This not only helps in basic privacy but also security principles and increases your productivity. #100securedays
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