Use of Company Assets

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  • Annual Refresher Course / Basics Module

    Annual Refresher Course / Basics Module

    Still stuck doing annual check-the-box training? Gross, and sorry. But hey, at least this kit will make it 10 minutes long and actually relevant to every employee. So, you've got that going for you, which is nice. The ideal annual refresher training:...

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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.
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    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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  • Basic Code of Conduct Obligations

    Basic Code of Conduct Obligations

    This general guide is a quick reminder (with tips!) of day-to-day things that every employee needs to know, including how each of us has responsibilities related to ethics and compliance. Meant as a refresher and thought-provoker, this piece...

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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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  • Approving employee transfers?

    Approving employee transfers?

    Transfers aren’t simply logistics—they involve trade, IT, and ethics issues, too. Use this simple checklist to confirm relevant issues have been vetted before the employee is already at their new desk. Not only does this piece work across...

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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • Submitting a Timesheet?

    Submitting a Timesheet?

    Getting creative at work is usually a good thing, but not when it comes to timekeeping. Incorporate this checklist into the time tracking process, so both your hourly employees and managers are crystal clear on the rules. This way, small adjustments can...

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  • Use your own resources - screensaver

    Use your own resources - screensaver

    Remind your team that politics aren't banned at the office, but folks should use their own time and resources when showing political support.

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  • Your employees will appreciate this clear guidance on how to participate in political activities without breaking the rules.
While political debates are best left to awkward family dinners—let’s face it—personal views are bound to come up in the workplace. And that’s fine as long as the boundaries are defined. This piece does just that by neatly framing what’s OK and what’s totally off limits. Metaphoric guardrails!

    Taking an active role in politics?

    Your employees will appreciate this clear guidance on how to participate in political activities without breaking the rules. While political debates are best left to awkward family dinners—let’s face it—personal views are bound to come...

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  • Report unattended information - screensaver

    Report unattended information - screensaver

    Make sure each employee knows their responsibility to look out for sensitive info being left around—and if they find some, raise it to management.

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  • Away from your computer? - screensaver

    Away from your computer? - screensaver

    Make sure your team always remembers: an open computer, left alone, is a privacy breach waiting to happen.

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  • Harassment: Inappropriate Computer Usage

    Harassment: Inappropriate Computer Usage

    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. Everyone “knows” they’re not supposed to look at dirty...

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  • Use your own resources - poster

    Use your own resources - poster

    Remind your team that politics aren't banned at the office, but folks should use their own time and resources when showing political support.

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  • Found USBs = found gum

    Found USBs = found gum

    Ensure your employees are grossed out at the security risk of using an unknown USB.

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  • Protect your password

    Protect your password

    A helpful reminder to be smart with passwords to protect company info.

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  • Report unattended information - poster

    Report unattended information - poster

    Make sure each employee knows their responsibility to look out for sensitive info being left around—and if they find some, raise it to management.

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  • Lock it down - poster

    Lock it down - poster

    This simple graphic shows your folks three easy-but-necessary ways to protect your stuff from intruders.

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  • Recycle paper, not passwords - poster

    Recycle paper, not passwords - poster

    Recycling may be great for the environment, but it's terrible for cybersecurity! Remind your team of the need to protect your data with unique passwords.

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  • 4 ways bad guys get your password

    4 ways bad guys get your password

    This is an effective, practical instructor for your employees to keep their passwords—and your company's data—private. We list out the most popular means the crooks use to hack your team’s passwords using fun graphics that help...

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