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SWRE wants you to be cyber-secure


Technology breaches––think cus tomer credit card data being stolen from Target, or consumer data being stolen from Experian––have become more commonplace, ushering in a new reality of increased security measures and constant monitoring of organizational and personal data to ensure our identities, credit card numbers or bank accounts have not been compromised. This new reality has made many realize that keeping systems secure is not solely the responsibility of information technology employees. Rather, it is incumbent on every in dividual to do their part to keep crit ical personal and our organization’s data safe from potential breaches. It can seem a little overwhelming


at times, and the idea that the next threat is always lurking around the FRUQHU FDQ EH VWUHVVIXO %XW WKHUH DUH things you can do to protect your personal data, along with SWRE’s data.


Keep your defenses up! • Make sure all your comput er software––including your web browser––are updated with the latest VRIWZDUH .HHSLQJ VRIWZDUH XS WR date ensures security patches being


deployed by our security team can succeed in blocking security threats. • Create a strong password


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phone calls and other messages that try to get to secure data. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. If something seems off, trust your instinct and convey your concerns to a manager or member of the security team. • Don’t click on links or at


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partment of Energy and NRECA–– are working together, through the 5& 3URJUDP WR EHWWHU SURWHFW XV from security threats. From the VPDOOHVW FR RS ZLWK OLPLWHG DFFHVV WR WHFKQRORJ\ VWDII WR WKH ODUJHVW FR RS with greater resources, NRECA and America’s electric cooperatives are FUHDWLQJ D FR RS QHWZRUN WKDW IRVWHUV a culture of cybersecurity. Whether keeping your data safe


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@SWRE_coop, #cybersecurity


SWRE News


September 2018


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