New Employees Cyber Security Do's and Don'ts



Download this New Employees Cyber security Do's And Don'ts Cheat Sheet PDF to share with your team.

New Employee Cyber Security Dos and Donts






1. Don't Take A Photo With Your Badge

...and post it on social media. Cyber criminals can clone it, change the photo and pretend to be you.

2. Don't Post Videos of "A Day At The Company"

The office space is full of confidential information. By recording the office, or even your desk, it's like allowing criminals inside the company walls.

3. Don't Share Your Password

...with anyone! Not even the IT department. No one should know your password besides you.

4. Don't Buy Gift Cards

This is a common scam! Just ask XXX who lost his company XXX. Bottom line: no will ask you to secretly buy gift cards for everyone.

5. Do Be Aware of Scam Emails

Because you still don't know many people, you are more likely to follow direction from someone who pretends to be an executive.

6. Do Turn On Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

Multi-factor authentication, OR MFA, adds another security layer to the login process, reducing the chances of your account getting hacked.

7. Do Meet Your Team

If you know your team, supervisors and executives, you will be able to go to them to verify any "phishy" communication.



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