October was titled as the National Cyber Security Awareness Month back in 2004 by Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance. The motto behind this has been to guarantee every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online.
Barrack Obama, “Our financial systems, our power grid, and our health systems run on it, though widely helpful, this reliance reminds us of our need to remain aware, alert, and attentive on this new frontier. By working together to prevent and disrupt threats to our digital infrastructure, America can continue pioneering new discoveries and expanding the boundaries of humanity’s reach.”
Roger Smith, Amazon #1 author on Cybercrime discusses why all small and large businesses need to educate their employees against Cybercrime. He points out that the latest attacks from a cybercrime perspective on your business will not be seen by management, will not be seen by IT people. They will be seen by the users because those users are the people who are being targeted by the cyber criminals. The best thing that you can do for your business is educate your staff to a level where they are paranoid about what is going on in the digital world. They know that everybody is after them. Everybody knows, they know that everybody is after the information that they have at their fingertips. But the paranoia has to be tempered with common sense.
AWARENESS: The best practice is awareness, then enforcement. Join the C-Save volunteer program powered by NCSA to learn how to protect yourself from cybercrimes.
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