Since he came on board three years ago, TMNA Cyber Security Officer Josh Davis has been systematically expanding and fortifying the company’s capabilities
on this increasingly important front.
But, truth be told, Davis and his team can’t do it all on their own. Team members have a role to play, too.
In light of that fact, and in acknowledgement that October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, TMNA’s cyber experts have compiled several hands-on tips that each of us would be wise to follow to make it harder for the hackers to, well, hack.
This practical and prudent advice is organized under three headings:
If, after absorbing this advice, you’re still not sure what to do and — just as importantly — what not to do, don’t hesitate to reach out for help. Just email IDS.Information.Security@toyota.com
“We are all part of the Toyota technology ecosystem,” says Davis. “So it is upon all of us to do our part to ensure it is secure. Following these tips will not only help protect Toyota’s information, but also your personal and family information. We’re in this together.”
By Dan Miller