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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 What to do if you think that you've been hacked? Take action before this happens Check that your Antivirus is running and is up to date. Make sure that your computer and software are up-to-date. Use smart passwords and don't sharethem with others. Be smart online. Report any suspicious events to DCG IT. Inform your Manager and DCG IT. They can help you to assess the situation, document what happened, and planfor the next steps. They can also advise and assist with contacting clients and others who may need to know. Disconnect your computer from the network A compromised computer can be used to spread viruses if it is still connected to the internet or a corporate network. Change Your Passwords Don't do this from the compromised computer, however. Logon to another computer and change the passwords for any systems to which you have access. This includes client systems, email accounts, and personal accounts. Document Everything Hacking, Phishing, Social Engineering, and similar vectors are crimes just like burglary and assault. If your systems are compromised, it is critical to keep a trail of evidence in order to investigate and prosecute these crimes. 1 2 3 4 5 Always remember that cyber security is absolutely paramount to the success of DCG and of our clients. Remember, too, that it is far easier to take action beforea security event takes place than after.
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