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Security Awareness Slogans, Mottos, Tag lines, Catch Phrases, Maxims.

  • Control + Alt + Delete
    When You Leave Your Seat
  • Be aware. Connect with care.
  • Before leaving the scene, clear your desk and your screen.
  • If something sounds too good to be true there s probably a scammer behind it.
  • Leave a clear desk while you’re away
    and at the end of each day.
  • Give your computer a rest when you’re not at your desk.
  • Don’t get hooked by phishers.
  • Phishing: If you suspect deceit, hit delete!
  • There’s no excuse for computer misuse.
  • Prepare for Disaster: Recover Faster.
  • SEC_RITY is not complete without U!
  • Sec-UR-rity – You are at the center.
  • Amateurs hack systems, professionals hack people. Bruce Schneier
  • Think before you click.
  • See something wrong? Do something right.
  • Care to be aware!
  • Protect personal information. The identity saved could be your own.
  • Don’t let your trash become someone else’s treasure. Feed your shredder often.
  • Passwords: Longer is Stronger.
  • You wouldn’t share your ATM pin, so why would you share your password?
  • If you suspect deceit, hit DELETE.
  • Passwords are like dirty socks. If left laying around, they’ll create a stinky mess.
  • The bug stops here. Use anti-malware programs to prevent virus infections.
  • Security by Obscurity. Don’t leave data or portable computing devices alone and in view.
  • You can’t unring a bell. Before you give PII * to anyone, make sure that access is allowed.
    (* PII stands for Personally Identifiable Information)
  • We all value privacy. Report actual or suspected spills of PII. before they become floods.
  • Because we care, we’re security aware.
  • Report data spills before molehills become mountains or small leaks become fountains.
  • Before sharing PII, know who, what, and why.
  • Good security increases shareholder value.
  • Don’t be shy about protecting PII.
  • Know how and when to say no. Don’t share protected personal information with strangers.
  • Don’t be afraid to say no.
  • To show our respect, we protect personal information that we collect.
  • Protecting PII is everyone’s job; PII is not everyone’s business.
  • Stop Neglect. Protect before you connect.

More Slogans

Slogan contributed by Nandita Divakaran, Creative Writer, Muscat

  • Information security is the immune system in the body of business.
    Slogan contributed by Kevin Pietersma, Information Security Architect, University of Toronto
  • IT Security is the immune system in the body of IT.
    Slogan provided by Kevin Pietersma, Information Security Architect, University of Toronto
  • Security is a business requirement, which can have a technical expression.
    Slogan provided by Kevin Pietersma, Information Security Architect, University of Toronto
  • Security in projects are like oil super-tankers, when steering them they need small incremental changes early in order to avoid last minute radical changes that result in a wreck.
    Slogan provided by Kevin Pietersma, Information Security Architect, University of Toronto
  • Compliance is the residue of good security.
    Slogan provided by Kevin Pietersma, Information Security Architect, University of Toronto
    • A check that does not bounce is called the Security Check. Do it everyday before you leave!
      Slogan provided by Yvette C. Gilyard, Portsmouth, VA
    • Do Your Part – Be Security Smart!
      Slogan provided by Cheri Huber, CHC, CHPC Napa County Privacy Officer
    • Don t be Quick to Click be wary when you shop online.
      Slogan provided by Vic Duca Cora
    • Restart is Smart!
      (When leaving your computer for the day, always choose restart. This allows your computer to receive updates from the IT department through the network.)
    • A user who restarts is a user after my own heart! – Valentine

      Restart slogans provided by Mirinda Feeler

      Your CAC Card – Don’t leave the office without it!

      CAC slogan provided by Herbert C. Wilson, Jr.

    • Passwords are like toothbrushes. They are best when new and should never be shared.

      Analogy provided by Kara Kirschner-Brooks, CUDE; Learning Development Specialist

      When you and your system part away,
      Your system should be first off for the day.

      Slogan provided by Zeeshan Qamer

      Your mind is a storage room of information, keep the door locked.

      Slogan provided by Irene Deichsel, FSO/Office Admin Manager, Cobham Analytic Solutions

      Link Link stop neglect .Think Think before connect!

      Slogans provided by Carbo So, MTR Corporation Limtied

    Ones that Didn’t Make the Cut

    • When passwords are heard, losses are incurred.
    • Prevent security breaches by being careful with your speeches.
    • Each of us must make a fuss if we’re asked about something we must not discuss.
    • Until we learn what breaches teach us, we’ll be a target for data leeches.
    • Prevent a security breach by keeping data out of reach.
    • Loose clicks can cause security to be deep-sixed.
    • Loose clicks invite hacker tricks.
    • Data spills provide no thrills (unless you’re the bad guy).
    • Sec U R IT y – Tag! You’re it!
    • Taking a break? Don’t be a flake. Log off before you leave.

    A worker once left her ID
    Unattended, where all could see.
    It disappeared that day.
    And we re sorry to say
    So did the company s IP. (IP = intellectual property)

    Please feel free to use these slogans in your awareness programs.

    If you find them useful or have a slogan to add to this page, please let us know . If we add your slogan, we’ll be happy to mention your name by adding Suggested by: Your Name.

    We use these slogans in many of our posters (the posters themselves are copyrighted). If you’d like to purchase a few posters with one of these messages on it, please feel free to do that, too. Thanks for all you do to increase security awareness.

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