Press and social media coverage about and from Mesmo Consultancy.
Over the past few weeks Monica has been working with Melissa Esquibel of Sawbuck Seminars to develop a series of virtual lunch and learn webinars. These are focused on how to be more productive in the digital age (and especially dealing with the inbox and social media). Not surprisingly these are linked to the new book we are co-authoring together.
Currently we are offering these free as part of our effort to support all those of you now working from home during the COVID-19 lockdown.
To download the handouts from a session click on the session title.
For questions relating to these topics, please post them on one of our discussion groups.
We hope you are enjoying and learning as much from them as we are from your questions.
Improving personal cyber security is key to reducing cyber crime because the weakest link in any organisation’s defence against cyber crime is we the users. Email is the number on vector for cyber crime. Time poor and often working under pressure we make mistakes. We open attachments and links which contain malware and inadvertently share confidential information.
Here are over twenty top tips to improve your personal cyber security from better email management to protecting your personal identity when eating out.
Click here to download the document.
Strong password are vital – click here for top tips to create strong passwords and manage them.
Reduce Cc’d Emails Top Tips
Most of us need about 50% of the email we need. The other 50% being unnecessary Cc’d emails or newsletters.
Here are top tips to reduce the Cc’d email which include scheduling some meeting free time through to writing rules to filter it all out. Click here for more. Alternatively email us and we can send you a
Top tips to improve human resistance to cyber crime, The weakest link in any organisation’s defence to cyber crime is us the users. Here are top tips to for PAs and EAs spot possible vulnerabilities and actions to take to improve your defence to a potential cyber attack. Published in Executive Secretary Magazine June 2019
Email overload and aggressive emails from parents is now one of the major drains on teachers productivity.