When you receive an unusual request or email from your boss, it’s good policy to double check the source before taking action.
You not only waste people’s time when you forward chain mail, you could be spreading viruses as well.
Sometimes the person leaking information is the person staring back at you from the mirror. Don't leave confidential documents on your desk - store them appropriately.
Work computers are loaned to us, and “personalizing them” by installing your own software may expose you to hacking.
Using your personal email to transmit confidential work materials can unique create opportunities for cyber criminals.
Some people make money rummaging through your trash. Don’t discard sensitive materials without considering potential problems.
Some email can be more than inappropriate, they could help spread viruses to friends & family.
Writing down your passwords and hiding them by your desk, maybe under the keyboard, ISN’T a secure process.
Make sure your home WiFi is at least as secure as the rest of your house. You don’t leave your doors and windows unlocked, do you?