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5 Security Tips to Protect Your Login Credentials and More

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In this video we talk about some tools and techniques that can be used to protect your login credentials and digital identity including good password practices, adding Multi Factor Authentication (MFA), and monitoring to alert when a compromised account is found. Don’t assume your organization won’t be targeted – everyone is a target. As with all our webinars, this presentation is appropriate for an audience of varied IT and security experience.

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5 Security Tips to Protect Your Login Credentials and More

  1. 1. Protect your Digital Identity Monthly webinar Series November 2019
  2. 2. About Community IT Advancing mission through the effective of technology. 100% Employee Owned
  3. 3. Presenter Matthew Eshleman CTO
  4. 4. Agenda Cybersecurity landscape What can you do DarkWeb Monitoring 5 Steps toTake
  5. 5. “Recent studies demonstrate that nonprofits generally lag for- profit organizations in adopting the robust policies, practices, and tools needed to adequately secure their environments.”
  6. 6. Nonprofit Guidelines for Cybersecurity and Privacy • 60% do not know how their organization handles cybersecurity risk, equipment usage, and data privacy • 74% reported that they did not use multifactor authentication to access agency email and other business accounts
  7. 7. Nonprofit Guidelines for Cybersecurity and Privacy • 46% reported that they regularly used wireless printers, webcams, and other Bluetooth and wireless devices that are an entry point for hackers if left unsecure • 92% stated their staff could access organizational email and files using their personal devices • 62% of respondents reported they did not have, or were unaware of, policies that clearly identify personal data (whether of staff, beneficiaries, or donors) among the other data the nonprofit collects
  8. 8. THE HUMAN FACTOR IS KEY Same or same root password 76% of people will use the same password for most, if not all, websites.
  9. 9. Cybersecurity Readiness People •Passwords •MFA Process •Policy •Security Awareness Training Technology •Antivirus •Backup •Email Protection •Updates
  10. 10. What can you Do? Understand your exposure Educate your staff Have a plan
  11. 11. Protect your Digital Identity This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY-SA
  12. 12. Haveibeenpwnd
  13. 13. Breaches this week
  14. 14. WE CAN HELP • We now offer Dark Web ID™ – a threat monitoring tool that provides 24/7/365 monitoring for signs that a company has exposed and compromised email credentials on the DarkWeb • The platform’s engine scours millions of sources including: botnets  criminal chat rooms  peer-to-peer networks malicious websites and blogs  bulletin boards  illegal black market sites • And other private and public forums – all to ensure we know as soon as compromise occurs
  15. 15. Take Action Separate business and personal accounts Use strong and unique passwords for each account Implement SSO when possible Protect accounts with MFA Monitor DarkWeb for compromised accounts
  16. 16. Special Offer Please email cybersecurity@communityit.com Subject: DarkWeb Scan You’ll receive a complimentary point in time scan
  17. 17. Upcomin g Webinar Nonprofit Technology Trends Roundtable Wednesday January 22th 3:00 – 4:00 PM EST
  18. 18. cybersecurity@communityit.com © 2018 Community IT Innovators, Inc. All Rights Reserved. www.communityit.com THANK YOU!

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