“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and few minutes of cyber-incident to ruin it.” – Stephane Nappo
Last week’s Recap-
Day 51: Make sure your card is with you in a safe place at all times. If you are paying for your meal or buying something for yourself ensure your card is not out of sight. #100securedays
Ensure that DNS servers are up to date on all patches and running the latest version of the name server software. Implement complex passwords and multi-factor authentication for DNS administrator credentials to prevent unauthorized changes. #100securedays
Never write your pin down anywhere and keep it in a secure and encrypted location. When entering your PIN, always cover the keypad. #100securedays
The benefit of a DMZ (De-Militarised Zone) is that your external-facing servers, resources, and services are placed so that they are accessible from the Internet. However, the remainder of the interior computer network remains unreachable from the outside. This provides extra security because it restricts hackers from being able to directly access internal servers and information. #100securedays
It’s always healthy to remove applications you haven’t been using at all or for a long time. Some apps can cause a security risk & invasion of privacy. Another reason for deleting them is that you have extra storage space. #100securedays
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