Cybersecurity is the responsibility of every employee
Who in my organization is responsible for cybersecurity?
What are the rules that govern my use of company resources (computers,
smartphones, tablets)? How can I be kept aware of updates to these
If I suspect I have a cybersecurity issue (malware, spyware), who should I
contact within my organization?
Does my organization have a policy on bringing personal devices into the
What am I allowed to connect to my company’s system and could my
device infect the system?
Set strong passwords, change them regularly, and don’t
share them with anyone.
Keep your operating system, browser, and other critical
software optimized by installing updates.
Maintain an open dialogue with your friends, family, and
colleagues about Internet safety.
Use privacy settings and limit the amount of personal
information you post online.
Be cautious about offers online – if it sounds too good to be
true, it probably is.
Only click through to trusted sources when conducting
searches, especially on topics with high attention
Never update "media player," “codec," or “Flash” when
promoted by a site hosting videos or not affiliated with that
Do not use P2P applications on business machines and be
cautious on home machines as well
Do not click on links or attachments in spam email