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From the editors of CSO, Security Smart is a quarterly newsletter ready for distribution in your organization.

We stand by the belief that the best way to build security awareness is to make security personal, relevant and engaging. To this end, in each issue you'll find a combination of personal device and home safety tips and organizational security advice and best practices.

In the Spring 2018 issue

  • 3 Ways to Protect Your Executives - Senior executives and anyone who works closely with them are favorite targets of malicious hackers. Here are some steps executives and their immediate coworkers — and anyone, really — can take to avoid being the entry point into a major security breach.
  • One Security Product You Don’t Need - Computer security expert and columnist Roger Grimes says RFID-protecting accessories are security snake oil. The issue isn't that these products don't work, it's that they're a solution to a problem that doesn't exist.
  • How to Make a Graceful Exit - If you’re moving on to pursue another opportunity, know what you can take with you and what could land you in legal trouble.
  • Watch Out for These Classic Cons - Hollywood’s fictional con artists use techniques you might fall for in real life, too.
  • 5 Tips for Avoiding Identity Theft - “Can I just get your phone number?” “Please fill out this form.” These requests seem harmless, but sharing too much information about yourself can have a downside. Here are five tips for handling your personally identifiable information securely.
  • Mobile Device Maintenance 101 - Taking these basic steps will help you keep your mobile devices, and the information they contain, safe and secure

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