I Wish you A safe & secure Holiday Season!!! I know you avoided the Grinch byshopping safely and securely online this holiday season by following my tips to avoid charity scams & offers that were too good to be true. These tips aren’t just for the holidays. They’ll keep you safe today and every day. And don’t forgot about checking your email twice for the Phish
The theme for Week 2 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month is Explore. Experience. Share. (Cybersecurity Careers) Cybersecurity is one of the hottest sectors today, with new threats and challenges emerging daily. There is a huge push in the business and education sectors to attract individuals to a cybersecurity career. Are you or someone you know interested in joining this exciting workforce? Here are a few reasons to pursuing a career in cyber. Hot Job Market To say that the cybersecurity jobs market is hot is a vast understatement. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the job market for information security analysts will grow by 32 percent by 2028 -- making it one of the fastest growing job sectors -- there will be 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs in 2021. This means that cybersecurity professionals are among the most in-demand around the world and will be for years to come. Infinite Room for Personal and Professional Growth Beyond the ability to get a cybersecurity j
I'd like to share this Irish toast with you in honor of St. Patrick's Day. Here’s to cheating, stealing, fighting, and drinking. If you cheat, may you cheat death. If you steal, may you steal a woman’s heart. If you fight, may you fight for a brother. And if you drink, may you drink with me What are your St. Patrick's day plans? Comment below - I need ideas!
Cybersecurity might be complicated, but does your cybersecurity awareness program have to be complicated as well? Nope, you can keep your cybersecurity awareness program simple. Here's an example. Widgets R Us finally created an option for employees to share files securely outside the organization. The employees are excited, but here's what they find: They have to log in with yet another username and password The website is difficult to remember, and there are no links to it on the Intranet Once logged in, they have to follow a 20 step process to upload and share the file They can only share one file at a time, so they must repeat the 20 step process for each file They can only share with one person at a time, so the 20 step process must be repeated for each person that needs to send to file Do you think your employees will complete 180 steps to send three files to 3 people?? This is what I mean by keeping it simple. Sometimes those of us who work in tech are shooting ourselves