The ten no-nos are:
1. Opening email attachments from unknown senders
2. Installing unauthorised applications
3. Turning off automated security tools
4. Opening HTML or plain text email messages from unknown senders
5. Surfing gambling and porn sites
6. Giving out passwords, tokens or smart cards
7. Random surfing of unknown, untrusted Web sites
8. Using any old Wi-Fi network
9. Filling out Web scripts, forms or registration pages
10. Participating in chat rooms or social networking sites
Wow. Whilst some of these are understandable danger zones, if you avoided everything on the list you’d have a very boring Internet life. And quite how you fill out a web script I’m not sure.
But then, sensationalism gets attention, and I’m sure some business leaders would prefer to avoid the Internet altogether.