Lock your computer
The video clip above is a 30 second excerpt from a cartoon video of 1:30 minute duration.
What could go wrong when you get up to fetch a cup of coffee without locking your computer?
Our computers are full of valuable things that are important to protect. This short video provides some valuable tips for employees about why and how we must all be locking our computers at any time we leave them.
Use the [Windows]-key and press the letter L whenever you leave your PC
Unlocked computers are vulnerable
At many work places there are a myriad of people who move around in the buildings. This applies to both guests and staff, and many offices are shared by several employees.
In a moment when you least expect it, someone could easily approach your computer while you are away and have the opportunity to read your documents, edit them in your name or even copy them to somewhere else.
This could have serious implication for confidential documents and information.
The best thing you can do to protect content and confidential information is to lock your equipment.
Smartphones and tablets at risk
This doesn’t only apply to your computer. It is even more essential on your smartphone and tablet. If you forget or lose your smartphone or tablet somewhere, or if it gets stolen, and it’s unlocked, intruders will be able to access everything.
You also need to make sure that unauthorised users can not open it by guessing or deselecting your password.
Lock your computer when you leave it – and make sure your mobile and tablet lock automatically whenever you are not using them.
Humorous cartoon series: BIG money at stake
The film is part of ‘Humour against hacking’ – an effective awareness campaign for employees, which can be used in all types of companies and organisations in order to prevent becoming victim of an IT crime.
‘Humour against hacking’ inspires and teaches employees how they can help secure the organisation against attacks.
Employee awareness is key to prevent becoming a victim of IT crime
Nine effective and humous training cartoons to increase employee awareness plus new cartoons and other information two or three times a year as new topics become relevant.
The Humour Against Hacking campaign for your employees includes videos, quizzes, promotional material, campaign content and guide.