How do I know what computer security problems I might have and how do I solve them?
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 still are vulnerable.
So what can we do to keep from being the target of all of this activity? The key is knowledge — what you know about you can manage. And that is what my report How Do I Know What Computer Security Problems I Might Have and How Do I Solve Them? is all about.
My name is Richard Schenkar. You should know why the experience I have is relevant to you and why this report will help you. 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 computer security information. And now, you have the benefit of that process and experience in my new report How Do I Know What Computer Security Problems I Might Have and How Do I Solve Them?
The report does not repeat what is often repeated — such as updating your software patches, running antivirus software, staying away from dangerous websites, and clearing the cookies from your web browser — if those are not happenening automatically, I recommend you activate settings to make them happen automatcally.
Your attention to other issues will make you more secure. Here is what you’ll get in the report:
–A comprehensive list of terms and definitions in the security area. This better understanding of concepts will enable you to know what you are doing and do it more confidently;
–A comprehensive self-assessment security guide–because the more you know the more you can actually apply;
–3 sources for continuous monitoring of vulnerabilities and attacks on computer systems from around the world — and one that focuses on open-source vulnerabilities because what you know about you can manage;
–A comprehensive checklist for the management of your computer security risks so that you know what you have done, what you have to do, and you are not wasting time repeating tasks;
–One source where you can get seven different tools for free that will make your computing more secure by alerting you to vulnerabilities in seconds:
–A discussion of the 14 building blocks for an effective computer security policy that every computer system and user needs whether you’re managing your business system or your family’s home computer system.
So now it is time to take control of your computer’s security situation — opt for knowledge — and experience the powerful practical results of an effective computer security policy. Click on the “Add to Cart” button, complete the checkout process, and start feeling better about having a plan for better computing security.