Tue. Jan 22nd, 2019

Sing with Us: On the First Day of Christmas, Cyber Criminals Do This…

During this #Techsgiving Christmas/ Kwanzaa / Hanukkah season, we hear singing in the office while we work hard on cyber-security for our customers.

When our CTO is focusing on multiple tasks, we often find him singing songs while working.  He never professes to be the greatest singer, because he knows he’s not Barry White or his favorite singer Prince. Yet, it’s fun hearing him sing around the office trying to carry a tune with such confidence.

Next, this leads us to our cyber security creative.  Her name is Xia.  Xia works in the media and marketing department. She’s our lead for email marketing communications.  Xia is a gifted creative writer.

To keep you informed about cyber attacks during this #Techsgiving Christmas holiday season, she created a catchy song, based upon an old popular Christmas song, called:  Seven Days of Cyber Security.

But you won’t see the entire song just yet.  For now, we are releasing one verse per day as a helpful tip to you.

Go ahead…attempt to sing along with us…but don’t just sing: Learn how to secure your business.

Tip 1: (Verse) 

On the first day of Christmas my Security-as-a-Service* Provider said to me…

Cyber criminals don’t take holidays off…so secure your business properly

Tip 2: (Verse) 

On the second day of Christmas my SaaSprovider said to me…

Be suspicious of any email…If it comes from an unknown entity

Tip 3: (Verse) 

On the third day of Christmas my SaaS provider said to me…

Be suspicious of any email

Train your employees on cyber security…

and don’t think “cyber attacks won’t happen to me”

Tip 4: (Verse) 

On the fourth day of Christmas my SaaS provider said to me…

Be suspicious of any email

Train your employees on cyber security

Strong passwords are key…

So choose your password carefully

Tip 5: (Verse) 

On the fifth day of Christmas my SaaS provider said to me…

Be suspicious of any email

Train your employees on cyber security

Strong passwords are key

Encrypt your wireless network…

Because secrecy is necessary

Tip 6: (Verse)

On the sixth day of Christmas my SaaS provider said to me…

Be suspicious of any email

Train your employees on cyber security

Strong passwords are key

Encrypt your wireless network

Back up your data…

So you can restore your network without worry

Tip 7: (Verse)

On the seventh day of Christmas my SaaS said to me…

Be suspicious of any email

Train your employees on cyber security

Strong passwords are key

Encrypt your wireless network

Back up your data

Threats from inside and outside, be aware…

But for all this Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

*SaaS = Security-as-a-Service

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