World Computer Security Day is observed every year on November 30th. In this day and age it may be more important than ever to step back and take some time to think about how you can better protect yourself, your business, and family online.
WAYS YOU MIGHT OBSERVE (According to the Association for Computer Security)
Below is a checklist you can follow to help secure your computer. Help spread the word on social media by using #ComputerSecurityDay to inform others how they can secure their data!
→ Windows Update is enabled
→ Antivirus software is installed and running
→ Windows Firewall is turned on
→ The software on my computer is up to date
→ Strong passwords are always used
→ Passwords are not shared or written down
→ A password is required to access my computer
→ My home wireless network is secured
→ My important data is regularly backed up
→ I use caution when I browse the Internet
→ I log off (or lock) the computer when I’m not using it/strong>
→ Temporary Internet files are periodically removed
The first Computer Security Day was in 1988 started by the Association for Computer Security to raise awareness concerning computer security issues.