It’s Almost Cyber Security Awareness Month!
When you think October, what comes to mind? Ok, other than Halloween, which, yes, granted, is fun but what else comes to mind? Yes, you’re right, cooler temperatures are nice. But think for a second: October. What comes to mind? Close, but “pre-November” isn’t really a thing. One last chance…
Nothing? Ok, here’s a hint: It rhymes with Schmyber Schmecurity…
Ok, never mind, October is Cyber Security Awareness Month.
We’re a little disappointed it wasn’t the first thing to come to mind, so to prevent this from happening in the future we’re offering a free episode of “Restricted Intelligence”. That should plant this most revered of months deep in your psyche.
And because we’re feeling downright jubilant, we’re not just offering any episode. Oh no. We’re giving away (through the month of October) “We Could Be Heroes”, the grand finale from our most recent series. The episode is all about suspicious public Wi-Fi spots. You know the episode. The one where Ian is handing out flyers telling people to be careful about those Wi-Fi spots, then finds out Chloe is using one of these said Wi-Fi spots? Remember? No? Oh, you will.
So send us a message (to email@example.com) and we’ll send you the credentials so you can check out this crowning achievement in the “Restricted Intelligence” canon.
Now, we’re no fortune tellers, but we’re going to make a little prediction. We predict you’re going to watch this episode and you’ll be inspired to share it. And we predict you’ll share it with your colleagues and your team. Then, once they’ve seen it, they’re going to say something along the lines of, “After watching this one incredibly well acted, well produced, hysterically funny episode, I am more aware about cyber security issues than ever before. Why have you subjected us to slide after slide of those ridiculous PowerPoint presentations with the lousy clip art and the swooshy things? Where do swooshy things exist in nature? Mutiny! Mutiny!”
We trust you’ll take the appropriate anti-mutiny actions to save everyone a lot of pain and anguish.
Enjoy a free episode of “Restricted Intelligence” on us. Drop us a line and we’ll send you the specifics so you can properly celebrate Cyber Security Awareness Month.
If you find yourself catching “Infosec Fever”, there’s plenty you can do to help promote Cyber Security Awareness Month, too. Check out the US Department of Homeland Security site where you’ll find tons of information and resources that you can share with your team, colleagues, and coworkers.
Happy Cyber Security Awareness Month!