Protect Yer Booty – 2019 National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)

Protect Yer Booty – 2019 National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)


(lively pirate music) (dramatic music) – Ay, cap’n, I shall send
you the photographs shortly. – Ahoy, Francis. What’s ye got there? – Morning, Bart, me and the cap’n were just talking photographs
with this here mobile device. I’m gonna post them to
me Pirategram account. – Avast, Francis, ye asked the cap’n first, right? – He let me take the photographs, he even posed. See? Why would I need to ask? – Well, phishing attacks of course. – Fish attacks?! – Not fish, phishing. – I don’t follow. – Cap’n Redbeard is no regular jack-tar. He’s something of a big
fish amongst we pirates, a whale even. And he has to be extra careful with what he shares on social media, especially whilst traveling. If any old scurvy dog knew what he was up to, well, they would use it to hornswoggle him. – Ah well, at least I can post a selfie? – Sure. That’s a pretty fancy case you got there. – Sure is, but it isn’t mine. Someone left it
unattended, so I looted it. – Arg, another classic mistake. Ye never leave your booty unattended. – Oh, looks like we have
public WiFi on this here ship. That’ll be faster. I’ll just log into me Pirategram. – Did you turn on your VPN? – Me VP what? – Tis the virtual private network. It protects from prying eyes, so to speak, when you use public WiFi. But this isn’t even me mobile device. Why would I care? – Oh, looted device or nay, logging into your account means
your data can be pillaged. – How do ye know about all this, Bart? – With all the traveling we do, arg, ye must keep a
weathered eye open, matey. I don’t want anyone
pillaging me information. – We do the pillaging! – Ay, so protect your booty. – Protect me booty. – It’s your booty.
– It’s me booty. – Your booty.
– It’s me booty. (ship creaking)
(birds squawking) – Protecting your booty
means protecting your PII. Be thoughtful with what
you share on social media. Always keep an eye on
your personal belongings, and use a VPN when
logging into public WiFi. Safe travel is smart travel. (dramatic music)

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