RMIT VC MARTIN BEAN
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MARTIN BEAN SPEAKS:
These days we spend more of our time than ever in online environments, but we’re still learning how to keep ourselves cybersafe.
RMIT, like all large organisations, is under constant invisible attack, so we need to stand together and stand in its way.
The techniques used by today’s cyber criminals change all the time and that’s a challenge for all of us at home and at work.
That’s why it’s our responsibility to stay vigilant in our professional and personal lives online.
We need to understand first and foremost what we’re protecting and that’s our data.
Cyber criminals are seeking our information, so that’s where we need to start.
Whether it’s our bank details, work passwords, date of birth, even our student records or research findings, we need to safeguard our data and the data of others.
Unfortunately, many cyberattacks on organisational systems, or individuals, begin with tricking us into revealing information unintentionally.
It happens when we overlook or shortcut safety practices, so it’s great you’re taking the time to learn how best to protect yourself.
It’s the combined impact of many small, careful changes we can all make, that will keep our University safe from cyber attack.
And if you learn how to keep RMIT cybersafe, you’ll know how to keep yourself safe too.
Start with a few of the basics.
Use long, complex passwords or a sentence; and make sure it’s a different password for every application.
Don’t open items or click on links sent to you via email or text, unless you’ve verified the sender.
Review your privacy settings regularly and make sure you have the latest software installed on all your devices.
Be careful what you share on social media. Anything you post can be used by scammers to manipulate you.
Remember to trust your instincts. If something doesn’t feel right, it usually isn’t.
We’re all guardians of our own and RMIT’s security and reputation.
The more we know, the better we can defend.
Thank you and take care.
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