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Group Cyber security
Started by Kiranndd on 23.05.2020 Awareness of cyber attacks and security


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Ensuring Secure IT Systems

From Kiranndd on 10.06.2020 at 23:04

With employees working from home using personal routers for internet access and, in some cases, personal computers, IT security should not be overlooked. Many companies opened up access to company IT systems for remote employees so they could work from home with secure protocols for access. However, few home networks are as secure as the company’s network. Most home internet connectivity is through wireless connections to a home-based router. In many cases, the passwords used to secure router access are simple or have never been changed.



Cyber Security

From Kiranndd on 09.06.2020 at 00:13

Better security is a necessity as we move towards a connected age, where our cars, homes, and money are all connected and controlled by computers and IoT devices. The stakes are much higher, as hackers will be able to attack not just our bank accounts but our cars and homes. Connected consumer and business products have begun flooding the market, but security has been an afterthought. The world now has to figure out how to secure these connected things.

Are you worried about...

your baby camera getting hacked?
someone tampering with your smart speakers?
your phone being used by hackers?
Or just want to know what all the connected things are doing? And ultimately need something simple and powerful to protect your home network?



Https security

From Kiranndd on 23.05.2020 at 01:43

Before doing any transaction make sure you are doing on https secured website


sukjava wrote on 24.06.2020 at 15:34

In simple words...
Its same like physical security. We should never undermine IT security. It should be considered as important as how you secure your physical stuffs from strangers.



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