Love and being cybersecure have a thing in common – it’s both a shared responsibility between the parties involved.
Author: Owen Cammayo
“A lot of people share these things with the thought ‘there’s no harm in sharing’ – thinking that if it turns out to be true, then they somehow helped. As good as their intentions may be, sharing false or misleading information can actually be harmful.” – Owen Cammayo
We must resist the completely natural urge to come together over the holidays and accept that for now, the most loving thing we can do for each other, is to stay apart so that we can all stay safe.
This time of Covid-19 has proven that innovation is an absolute necessity.
Social entrepreneurs are change-makers, and we need more of them.
I’m not going to delete my apps or throw away my phone or ban my kids from using social media. Life as we know it has made them essential, and doing so may cause more harm than good.
“Today is a very different reality from the yesterday we once lived, and tomorrow is filled with challenges and uncertainties. There is very little we can take control of at this point, but we can control how we react to the situation.”
In this brave new world of cybersecurity, can the enterprise remain one step ahead of cybercriminals?