“As the world is increasingly interconnected, everyone shares the responsibility of securing cyberspace.” – Newton Lee
Day 19: Do not open, respond or unsubscribe from a suspicious e-mail. This will alert spammers and put an unprotected system at risk. Stay aware of these kinds of fraudulent practices so you can avoid being compromised in any way. #100securedays
Day 20: Linux users, make note of this if you haven’t already. We do not want to preach about security but we want every individual in an organisation to practice it. #100securedays
Day 21: DoS- These kinds of attacks is a malicious attempt to affect the availability of a targeted system. Ensure your web site host is using anti-DoS (Denial of Service) defenses for your website. #100securedays
Day 22: We release security advisories on a frequent basis on the latest vulnerabilities and recommendations. Join our community, contact us now! #100securedays
Day 23: Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) is a software solution that aggregates and analyzes activity from many different resources across your IT infrastructure. How do you analyse the security event information? If you don’t have one in place, you might need to consider getting one soon. #100securedays
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