The Department of Homeland Security has released a handful of posters and a brochure that provide guidance on physical and cyber security and how to report suspicious behavior, activity and cyber incidents. The suggestions address robberies and break-ins, computer intrusions, corporate espionage, identity theft, intellectual property violations and potential terrorist attacks.
By hanging these posters in common, highly trafficked areas, the government suggests you can raise security awareness and help prevent and reduce crime and terrorism in and around your place of work - whether it's a business, a non-profit, or a government agency.
The Protect Your Workplace Campaign Posters cover the following topics:
A brochure is also being distributed that combines all the information on the four posters into a tri-fold that can be kept at your desk and shared with colleagues, family and friends.