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Optiv works with more than 450 world-class security technology partners. By putting you at the center of our unmatched ecosystem of people, products, partners and programs, we accelerate business progress like no other company can.
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Greatness is every team working toward a common goal. Winning in spite of cyber threats and overcoming challenges in spite of them. It’s building for a future that only you can create or simply coming home in time for dinner.
However you define greatness, Optiv is in your corner. We manage cyber risk so you can secure your full potential.
Online Safety - Simple Steps
From cyber bullying to obtaining personal and sensitive information through phishing campaigns, harm lurks in many corners of the Internet. With a few simple steps, anyone connected can improve their personal security, making their online activities safer.
It’s important to practice good habits to protect your devices, personal information and Internet connections. October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and now is a great time to take these simple steps to help protect yourself and your family from becoming victims of criminal activity.
Secure your devices. Viruses, malware and ransomware are tools of hackers and thieves designed to damage or disable computer systems and steal personal information. In order to protect from these threats, home users can take a few steps to harden their defenses.
Secure your personal information. Your personal data is the ultimate target for online criminals. Protection of account login credentials, passwords and sensitive information is paramount to keeping you from being victimized. Because criminals and their tactics have become more sophisticated, using just a user name and password are no longer sufficient to protect you.
Secure your connections. Internet criminals are very tricky and use lots of tactics to get to your information. Online advertising, social media posts, tweets and email attachments are some of the most common ways they’ll try to compromise your data.
Secure yourself. Internet hacking, unauthorized access to data, and tricking users into sharing personal or sensitive information is an ever-evolving threat to our online safety. What we share and how we share it is a personal choice. The Internet isn’t private and information shared can never be completely deleted, so it’s important to follow common sense when putting information “out there.”
With these simple steps, you can enhance your online safety. Embracing a culture of security and keeping abreast of new ways criminals conduct their nefarious activities will help protect your devices, information and connections to the Internet.
October 12, 2017
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month; the annual campaign led by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security that seeks to raise awareness....
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