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Johnson Logistics Solutions Office of Systems and Information Technology
Follow the rules Stay up to date
New programs installed Passwords changed Spam email being sent Increased network activity Security programs uninstalled Computer does things on its own
Disconnect network cable Notify Systems staff immediately Run security software –Anti-virus –Anti-spyware/malware
Do not use Johnson email address Think before you post Speak for yourself Keep secrets secret Observe security protocols
Multiple users have access to resources File sharing Examples Not installed on company owned devices Not used or logged in while on VPN
Internet filters Search engine filters Don’t guess the address Secure sites Use your senses
Legitimate looking email Real company Asks for personal information to avoid certain disaster Call the company before opening Delete and delete some more Spear phishing f i r s t. l a s t @ j o h n s o n l o g i s t i c s. c o m
At least eight characters At least three upper and/or lower case letters plus punctuation, symbols, and numbers Variation Variety I love my cat Iluvmyc@t Iluvmyc@t!2013
We defined IT security We identified sources of threats We discussed –Online security –Email security including phishing –Password best practices –Hardware security –Wireless Internet security
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Protection of Data 31 Protection of Data 31. Protection of Data 31 Having looked at threats, we’ll now look at ways to protect data: Physical Barriers.
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Internet Basics 10/23/2012. What is the Internet? It’s a world-wide network of computer networks. It grows hourly and involves national governments, communities,
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Helping our customers keep their computers safe. Using your pet’s, business, family, friend’s names Using number or letter sequences (0123, abcd)
PAGE 1 Company Proprietary and Confidential Internet Safety and Security Presented January 13, 2014.
Todays’ Agenda Private vs. Personal Information Take out your notebook and copy the following information. Private information – information that can be.
Networks. User access and levels Most network security involves users having different levels of user access to the network. The network manager will.
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Copyright ©2005 CNET Networks, Inc. All rights reserved. Practice safety Learn how to protect yourself against common attacks.
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user guide Having a strong password allows other users to struggle to guess. To make a strong password you should use up to 12 letters and 1 or 2.
Every computer along the path of your data can see what you send and receive. USERNAMES and PASSWORDS Username can be assigned to you eg. Student ID.
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