back to article National Cybersecurity Awareness program 18 years on: Don't click that

If you've ever found yourself in an interminable meeting listening to the CISO ramble on about the important role you play in protecting yourself and the company from cyberthreats, you could probably point an accusatory finger in large part at the National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) program. And to be fair, if you' …

  1. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Dear Company Cyber Team,

    You tell us to beware of poor grammar/spelling, yet I regularly get emails written by Stanley Unwin (some is down to being a global company, some will be down to dyslexia, but most are down to fat fingers and never-ending distracti... ooo a butterfly)

    You tell us to hover over links to make sure they are not dodgy but then signed the company up to Outlooks 'safelink' service that make it hard to check links. You also seem to have dumped everything HR on the cloud from e-cards to building maintenance. The company also signs everyone up to Linked In, Linked In Learning and Workplace (aka Twitter for Business)

    1. TimMaher Silver badge

      Re: Stanley Unwin

      Beer for that reference @ac.

    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Yeah Cyber team didn't dump anything on the cloud, you're C-Suite did.

      Cyber teams tend to have to make the best of a situation they'd never recommend.

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