Your Best Computer Use Policy




What you can do every day to avoid becoming a computer threat statistic:

We are all confused and nervous.
We hear daily reports of successful computer hacks of major corporations, political campaigns, and government institutions. They all have access to all the precautions we hear about and they are still vulnerable.
So what can we do to keep from being a target of this activity? The key is knowledge — what you know about you can manage. And that is what my report Your Best Computer Use Policy is about.

Before I tell you about the report, you should know why the experience I have is relevant to you and why this report will help you. My name is Richard Schenkar. The report covers issues that I learned first hand from doing customer support for an online interactive bulletin board system in the mid-1990s that had full text case law, regulations, and statutes and that served both lawyers and the general public. I learned about vulnerabilities by looking at the logs for the system to see who was dialing on to the system. (At that time, going online involved slower speeds and dialed telephones.) From the country codes I saw, I knew we were getting people from all over the world visiting us… especially from areas where there was underground hacking activity. The experience made me concerned about the security of the system and the people we were serving on day-to-day basis. So I started absorbing and looking for practical computer-use information. And now, you have the benefit of that process and experience in my new report Your Best Computer Use Policy.

The report empowers you with the following information:
–Two authoritative templates on how to build your computer use policy that will make it easy to generate a first draft of the policy (to which you will add other information as you as your understanding of the process grows):
–Seven attributes of an effective computer use policy. It’s the essence of the method you will use to avoid day-to-day problems and frustrations
–Thirteen considerations you’ll master as part of the security analysis you will do, along with an authoritative source for language to use in that document.
–Four threats you face from your regular online communication such as e-mail or social network access;
–Eight file extensions you must watch to detect which files could be a threat to your computer’s system because they carry programs that can self-install and use your computer as an agent to send programs that can take down major infrastructures such as water systems, sewer systems, or the power grid.

So now it is time to take control of your computer use and experience the powerful practical results of an effective computer use policy. Click now on the “Add to Cart” button, complete the process, and download this report to experience the powerful results of an effective computer use policy.