A big thanks to Maria Shilaos and Emerson Oligschlaeger at for having Aaron Sherman, Senior Director of Cyber Threat Intelligence for Braintrace join their show to share some digital spring-cleaning tips.
SALT LAKE CITY — The phrase “spring cleaning” is more likely to invoke images of sponges and vinegar than emails and cloud storage. But Aaron Sherman says we should all consider a “digital declutter” this spring.
Sherman is the senior director of cyberthreat intelligence for Braintrace, a Utah-based cybersecurity company. Sherman joined Maria Shilaos on Let’s Get Moving with Maria to discuss common mistakes in the digital realm, and what Utahns can do to clean up after themselves.
“The biggest thing I see people do wrong is they take for granted their cybersecurity,” Sherman told Shilaos, explaining that people rarely consider “how easy it is for someone to get into their accounts, how easy it is for their information to get stolen, how easy it is for cybercriminals to exploit that information to conduct all sorts of attacks, steal identities and open up lines of credit.”
To those looking to lock down their personal data, Sherman offered these tips.
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