No matter how many steps you take to protect yourself or your information, there is still a chance you will get hacked. Like driving a car, no matter how safe you are, sooner or later you most likely will have an accident. However, you can still protect yourself, even after you have been compromised. The sooner you detect an incident, and the faster you respond to it, the greater chance you have of reducing the harm. To help you prepare, we discuss different ways to determine if your computers, accounts, or information have been compromised, and how you can best respond. For responding, most of our advice applies to your personal life. If you have a work related device, work account, or work information hacked, report the incident to your LSU’s IT Security and Policy Office at email@example.com, and then follow their instructions.
OUCH! Newsletter for September 2012: http://www.securingthehuman.org/newsletters/ouch/issues/OUCH-201209_en.pdf
The OUCH! newsletter is a monthly security awareness publication by the SANS Securing the Human program.