When was the last time you did a Cybersecurity and Privacy Checkup?

It goes without saying, cybersecurity and privacy are top of mind for most of us because of the constant threat of ransomware, data breaches, and cyber-attacks we hear about constantly in the news.

In this free 4-week cybersecurity and privacy challenge, I’ll help you up your cybersecurity and privacy game by challenging you to create new habits to help you stay more secure and private with everything that you do online. 

Each week I'll present a challenge designed to increase the security and privacy of your online accounts, personal data, and the technology you use every day. At the end of the 4-week challenge, you’ll be more security and privacy aware, ready to defend your personal information from falling into the hands of attackers.

Over the course of 4-weeks, I will provide you with helpful tips and instructions on how to transform the current state of your cybersecurity and privacy. But it first begins by understanding the threats you may face. You may think, why would someone target me for my information? I’m not a celebrity. I’m just an “average joe”. The truth is, anyone can be a victim of a data breach, ransomware attack, or be socially engineered to give away valuable information about our private lives. This program will make you less of a target and more prepared to identify cyber-attacks and threats to your privacy. 

Each week a new challenge will educate you, provide a helpful tool or walkthrough, and a task to complete. You will be challenged to take a new action every week that will improve your cybersecurity and privacy posture. As your guide, I'll be with you every step of the way.

Each week you will get an email from me on one important cybersecurity or privacy topic to learn more about and understand

I’ll offer you a short challenge with tools, walk-throughs and instructions to complete

Afterwards, you’ll discover you’ve significantly improved your cybersecurity and privacy

A laptop / desktop computer or smartphone

An open mind about current cyber-threats and how you could be a victim

The willingness to improve your cybersecurity and privacy