Don’t Click on That is
a cybersecurity education blog your new cybersecurity friend focused on providing resources and training for creative individuals, content creators, and influencers. Our goal is to help you feel empowered about the security of your information and interactions online.
Meet Our Founder, Kristen Kozinski
Kristen has spent the last six years of her career working in tech. She has contributed to the information security teams of two major companies: Mailchimp and The New York Times. While working at Mailchimp she worked as an application security engineer and focused on developing their program to educate product engineers about secure coding. She shifted her area of focus when she joined The New York Times and now manages their security awareness program.
Kristen started Don’t Click on That in 2017 as a passion project aimed at teaching people how to secure and protect their personal information online. She quickly realized that most security companies were focused on large businesses with large budgets and there was a deficiency in affordable information and resources for smaller companies. This inspired her to change the focus of Don’t Click on That into a business that meets this crucial need.
Where should I get started?
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