How it really happened : NINJIO Season 5, Episode 4, Let’s Get Physical

In NINJIO Season 5: Episode 4, Let’s Get Physical, With the increase of employees working from home and social distancing in place if you are working at an office, physical security becomes increasingly more important. In this episode, we learn why it is important to stay vigilant and adhere to physical security policies, as well as stay alert for other physical security risks. Threat actors count on employees being overly courteous and trusting of others, yet we must be sure to always take the proper steps for observed violations of a policy, regardless of deadlines or how convincing a person may be.”

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