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  • Your employees likely work on the go—from hotels, airports, home, bathroom stalls (hey, we don’t judge!)—which invites increased cybersecurity, privacy, and confidentiality risks. Kick your worries to the curb by giving them this tool, which neatly contrasts the DOs and DON’Ts of remote working. That way, your people are crystal clear on what they need to do to protect company assets.

    Working remotely? Protect your data!

    Your employees likely work on the go—from hotels, airports, home, bathroom stalls (hey, we don’t judge!)—which invites increased cybersecurity, privacy, and confidentiality risks. Kick your worries to the curb by giving them this tool,...

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  • Can you throw it away?

    Can you throw it away?

    Use this elegant decision tree to help your people understand the ifs, whens, and hows of getting rid of documents. Keep versus shred may feel like second nature to your compliance and legal teams, but your other employees often need more guidance. This...

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  • Insider Trading Basics

    Insider Trading Basics

    Gordon Gekko may think that greed is good, but your company doesn't when it comes to insider trading. Educate your employees on the basics with this graphic piece. Aimed at a general audience, this piece lays out three common categories of material...

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  • Don't get fooled by email scammers

    Don't get fooled by email scammers

    Successful spear phishing sounds cool, but is one of your cybersecurity team's worst nightmares. Educate your team on the biggest red flags. Using a criminal graphic to grab their attention, this tool vividly highlights the not-always-obvious signs of...

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  • Anatomy of a strong password

    Anatomy of a strong password

    Spot the reference to Will Smith in this visual guide for creating safe, strong, and easily remembered passwords. Everyone hates generating a super complicated password, getting a snippy email from IT that they’re overdue to change it, forgetting...

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  • Would you trade on it?

    Would you trade on it?

    This graphic guide simplifies the types of information that should be protected to avoid insider trading. Without getting too far in the weeds of securities terminology (woof), this piece highlights common categories of material non-public...

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  • Email Signatures

    Email Signatures

    Don't waste the chance to get your compliance message out there; use this easy guide to incorporate it with every email. You ever seen folks who have compliance team branding, with their own signatures? Those are cool. But you know what’s better?...

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  • Get asked to click on a link? (job aid)

    Get asked to click on a link? (job aid)

    Scammers are complicated, but spotting when they're spoofing web domains doesn't have to be. Use this helpful piece to teach your team the basics of avoiding fraudulent payments, misplaced confidential documents, and a compromised network by knowing...

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  • Petty Cash is Not for Aiding Government Action

    Petty Cash is Not for Aiding Government Action

    It’s called “petty” cash, but it can cause big problems. Make it super easy for your team to remember: petty cash has a lot of uses, but never for aiding government action.

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  • Conference room combo - screensaver

    Conference room combo - screensaver

    Gary knows he's supposed to wipe down the whiteboard before kicking on a video call, but he got worked up talking about his Star Wars fanfic that he forgot...and now your engineering data's been leaked. Help all your Garys keep it together with these...

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  • Information been stolen? Report it! - screensaver

    Information been stolen? Report it! - screensaver

    Use this straightforward piece to remind your employees that they shouldn't hide when something goes missing, but should raise their hand immediately.

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  • Confidential? Here's how to handle it - screensaver

    Confidential? Here's how to handle it - screensaver

    Use this effortless graphic to remind your team how to keep your company's confidential info safe.

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  • If someone asks for your password, report it!

    If someone asks for your password, report it!

    Prepare your team to be smarter than the scammers by reminding them to never give their passwords over the phone.

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  • Mix it up: password guidance

    Mix it up: password guidance

    Want a smoothie? Well, here's a smooth (ay!) way to remember to set up complex passwords.

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  • No re-using passwords

    No re-using passwords

    Folks hate tough passwords, much less changing them, but ya gotta. This reminds your team to avoid hacking by not reusing work passwords for personal accounts.

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  • This is not where your password belongs

    This is not where your password belongs

    Make sure your team knows their passwords are supposed to be secret—-not out where someone can find them, especially on their desks.

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  • We don't conduct business on personal emails

    We don't conduct business on personal emails

    Make sure your team is alert for when people try to take business on to their personal emails—it may be a scam.

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  • Get asked to click on a link? - poster

    Get asked to click on a link? - poster

    Spelling is hard! But also potentially a sign of fraud. This simple reminder puts sketchy web addresses on your folks' radar. 

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  • Email Headers

    Email Headers

    Captain Obvious says, “if you want people to read your stuff, you have to get them to look at it first.” But that’s tough when you’re competing with overstuffed inboxes, constant IMs and notifications, and other distractions...

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  • No inappropriate websites at work (phone version) - screensaver

    No inappropriate websites at work (phone version) - screensaver

    Everyone “knows” they’re not supposed to look at dirty pictures at work—it’s just that they think they can get away with it and it doesn’t impact anyone else. This screensaver encourages bystanders (or, here, you know,...

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  • No inappropriate websites at work (phone version) - poster

    No inappropriate websites at work (phone version) - poster

    Everyone “knows” they’re not supposed to look at dirty pictures at work—it’s just that they think they can get away with it and it doesn’t impact anyone else. This poster encourages bystanders (or, here, you know,...

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  • No inappropriate websites at work (desk version) - screensaver

    No inappropriate websites at work (desk version) - screensaver

    No matter how hard IT tries, you can't block all the porn. Use this messaging to remind people that looking at dirty stuff at work is insanely inappropriate and disrespectful.

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  • No inappropriate websites at work (desk version) - poster

    No inappropriate websites at work (desk version) - poster

    No matter how hard IT tries, you can't block all the porn. Use this messaging to remind people that looking at dirty stuff at work is insanely inappropriate and disrespectful.

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  • Having a video call? - screensaver

    Having a video call? - screensaver

    Computer and phone cameras are everywhere, and your critical info is spread on boards and papers throughout your workplace—including at home. This simple screensaver reminds the team to pay attention to their surroundings so they don’t...

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