Computer Repair Shops are Not Safe

Computer Repair Shops are Not Safe

I’ve written before about the IT people in your company who probably know more about you than you might think. This now extends to taking your personal devices to a repair shop. You should assume someone might be surfing through your data while working on your computer, and you should decide if you are OK with that or if the physical destruction of the device after being replaced is the safer option.

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Linked – Failure to prioritize security and train staff – not shallow talent pool – likely behind cyber workforce shortage
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Linked – Failure to prioritize security and train staff – not shallow talent pool – likely behind cyber workforce shortage

Organizations that like to complain about not being able to find talent but also don’t bother to develop it are just leeches on their industry. Do you want more people skilled in cybersecurity or any other skill you’re having trouble finding? Teach it. Develop it. Grow it.

It’s not easy, but that’s how you address a lack of skilled workers. Educational and systemic changes are going to take way too long.