Cyber Hygiene Event with Oceanit and HI Tech Hui

Event Details:

When: Friday, March 9, 2018
Session Time: 12.00-1.00 PM HST
Location: Oceanit Duke Design Lab
828 Fort Street Mall, Suite 600
Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

Join HTH and Oceanit for a free Keeping Good Cyber Hygiene Habits Brown Bag Event

While cyber hygiene isn’t an ironclad protection, it’s important for everyone in contact with your network, from the CEO to the lowly intern, to act securely with these ten tips:

  1. Keep an inventory of hardware and software on the company network.
  2. Develop a process for software installation by end users. That could include limiting installation of trusted software or prohibiting and blocking all installation without prior approval from IT.
  3. Educate users on practicing good cyber behavior, including password management, identifying potential phishing efforts, and which devices to connect to the network.
  4. Identify vulnerable applications that aren’t in use and disable them.
  5. Consistently back up data and keep multiple copies. Consider using a secure cloud solution as well as
    on premise.
  6. Turn to industry-accepted secure configurations/standards like NIST and CIS Benchmark. These can help organizations define items like password length, encryption, port access, and double authentication.
  7. Patch all applications right away–regularly. Unpatched systems are one the biggest risk factors in attacks.
  8. Create complex passwords.
  9. Limit the number of users with administrative privileges.
  10. Upgrade aging infrastructure and systems.
  11. Pack a lunch, and join us to learn more about good cyber hygiene. Please register with us here.

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