We are 24 days into National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), and we are still going strong! If you have been following our NCSAM journey, you now know that we are passionate about this topic and want to encourage everyone to be safer and more secure online. That’s why, today, we will be summarizing how the STOP. THINK. CONNECT.TM campaign came to be and what purpose it serves.
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We create a digital trail with every click, share, send and post we make. Being connected is a part of our everyday lives now. Sometimes we may even feel that we can’t function without a certain app or piece of technology. Raise your hand if that app is your maps/navigation! 🙋 As we gravitate towards a world that is more focused on technology it is important that we protect and maintain our digital profile.
The pillars within this year's National Cybersecurity Awareness Month are Own IT., Secure IT. and Protect IT. We have already talked about Own IT. in a previous blog post and you can read all about it here. Today we are going to discuss the ways that you can “Secure IT.” - IT being your digital profile.
Passwords are a necessary evil and should be protected at all costs, they are the true keys to your digital kingdom. If your passwords are compromised you can have issues as little as losing access to services, and at the maximum identity theft.
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The cybersecurity of small businesses are sometimes overlooked leaving these companies vulnerable to attacks from cyber criminals. The safeguarding of data for small businesses is not emphasized enough causing thousands of data breaches every year across the United States.
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In our ever-evolving world of technology, we feel the need to be connected All. The. Time. We also say things like, “Let’s unplug for the weekend” or “I won’t look at social media for 24 hours”. However, when we are on the go, we still want to feel connected to the world and our inner circle.
Cybersecurity may sound like something that only IT groups have to worry about, but it's not. The vast majority of cybersecurity “hacks” can be traced back to an individual making a mistake like clicking on a bad hyperlink or opening an attachment in a bad email.