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Replacing week three's theme for NCSAM

For National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, I have taken the previous two weeks' themes ("If You Connect It, Protect It", and "Securing Devices at Home and Work") and composed company emails for all-audience messages which fit the themes.  It's been much easier to do with the "work from home" necessities of this year.

 

This week's theme, "Securing Internet-Connected Devices in Healthcare", doesn't fit our company needs, so I'm thinking of some replacements.  One idea is to take a shallow dive into preserving confidentiality and privacy.  Another would be to revisit email security best practices -- which, coincidentally, we've not sent out in a few months.

 

What themes or ideas would you consider in a general message to all your org's employees?

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Re: Replacing week three's theme for NCSAM


@ericgeater wrote:

One idea is to take a shallow dive into preserving confidentiality and privacy.  Another would be to revisit email security best practices -- which, coincidentally, we've not sent out in a few months.


This is top of mind because it happened recently. Staff bringing in smart speakers, persistent listening devices, and trying to connect them to the guest wireless network. You can broaden this out to any IoT device with a mic to keep on your topic of preserving confidentiality and privacy.