How to make progress in achieving squeaky-clean cyber hygiene

September 9, 2019 Mayuri Kumar

Good security, or cyber hygiene, is a crucial skill to be taught and should help users to form habits that lead to a more secure system or network.

Just like with anything else, habits are what drive users. For example, if one brushes their teeth every morning and evening as a child, they form a habit and that hygiene becomes a given rather than something they “need to remember to do.” This same approach should be used to ensure good cybersecurity hygiene is practiced at your organization and by your employees, even when they are not at work.

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