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TV interview with CBC's Connect with Mark Kelley regarding CSIS Memo - The Ethical Hacker by Terry CutlerTV interview with CBC Mark Kelley regarding CSIS Memo

By Jennifer Hollett

A top secret memo obtained by CBC News reveals that CSIS is concerned about cyber-attacks on government, university and industry computers. I think that’s good news actually. Our country’s security intelligence service should be sending out memos on internet security. But how about if you’re just one person, on one little computer, how can you become personally more aware and prevent a cyber-attack? Below are five tips to protect yourself online.

1) Change your password. Right now. Make sure it’s not your pet’s name, or any actual word for that matter. Opt for acronyms, with numbers. For example, ThisIsMyNewPassword = timnp + today’s date of May 18 = 05timnp18. But you can have fun with it. Think of favourites sayings or songs.

2) That new password, don’t use it for your Gmail, work email, Facebook, Twitter, online banking, and iTunes. Use different passwords for different sites, and still follow rule #1.

Link to the TV Interview

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