What are the risks and the threats that individuals face in cyberspace and what are the measures that they can take to reduce these risks? The mind map below provides some suggestions and best practices that should be carefully considered by every user.
Mind mapping is a smart and intuitive way to organize ideas, projects or simply a teamwork management. A Mind Map is a graphic method of taking notes, which allows to organize and divide ideas into branches and subsections, using the sheet as a landscape and not just in the usual linear dimension, and preferring catchy images or short banners to long and vague sentences.
Tony Buzan is the inventor of Mindmapping. His “The Mind Map Book” of 1993 has been republished several times and contains the guidelines of this technique. Nowadays several mind-mapping software are available, some for free.
The use of email and Internet is now part of any daily activity. Nevertheless there are common sense rules and best practices that are not always respected. The mind map elaborated by Diplofoundation provides a summary that can help improving the use of IT in the office.
The illustration has been realized by Diplofoundation and is based on a booklet titled “Appropriate Use: Guidelines and Best Practices for E-mail and Other Internet Services”