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P-7 The Top Seven Awareness Posters 2020

By Vigilize | Wednesday, December 9, 2020 - Leave a Comment

Social Engineering Awareness is BIG!

Here are the top seven posters as of the last twelve months! Another one of those Dan’s New Leaf Posts, meant to inspire thought about IT Governance . . . .

Given what a hit the posters we did during the year were, we decided to run some reports to see what our most popular posters were, for the sake of blowing up a few more!

As everybody loves top ten lists and contests, we thought it might be interesting to share the results.

So, here are the Top 7 Awareness Posters of 2019/2020  (at least at the infotex free awareness poster site):

  1. Check Your Credit Card Statements Regularly!” Our Holiday poster from 2019 was at the top of the list with a simple reminder to check your credit card statements, maybe even twice, to see if all is naughty or nice.
  2. Vishing: The Voice Phishing Scam!” This poster came close to the top spot, but didn’t quite beat out the number one. This poster makes Users aware of a type of social engineering they may not have heard about.
  3. Unusual Laptop Activity”  The number three poster was out of this world and reminded Users to report any unusual activity to their ISO. I hope that Cow ended up unharmed…
  4. Don’t Be Deceived by Scammers!”  The number four spot goes to a poster that told Users to NEVER give out money or credit card information over the phone… even if they claim to be from the “IRS”.
  5. Hackers May Not Be Who You Expect” If you were to ever meet a Hacker, they probably would not meet all of your expectations… or even age?
  6. The Weakest Link” Our number 6 poster reminds us all that the Human element in CyberSecurity is the weakest part.
  7. Recovery Scams”  And, rounding out our top seven, is this poster that tells you that the unexpected check you got in the mail probably is too good to be true.

Let’s all give a round of applause for our Graphic Illustrator Sofia Tafoya for all of the hard work making all of these posters throughout the year!


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