Physical Security - Cybersecurity Tip from Liquid Web

October 22, 2019 Liquid Web

Never write passwords or contact information on pieces of paper or post-it notes and leave them unattended (or worse, stuck to the side of your monitor). Also, when you are done with a piece of paper with any type of credentials or contact information on it, don't just throw it away - anyone could come by and pick it up. Finally, watch your surroundings and know who is around you.

Cybersecurity Tip by Antuan Rivera from Liquid Web.

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