But How Do I Prepare for a Post-Coronavirus World?
Once it is time to leave the nest and go back to our regular lives, will you be prepared? It is times like these that warrant us to be practical and forward-thinking citizens to take preventive actions to lower risk. In our world right now the #1 risk is Covid-19 for our physical health, but what about our digital health?
Should we use this as an opportunity to draw parallels to other threats that we will face in the future? Yes, absolutely. This is a wake-up call that we are not bulletproof to the problems that happen to “other” people. Covid-19 is striking close to home for all of us, whether that is felt within your close family and friends' health or at a larger global economic impact. We are all feeling it from one extreme to the other. So what do we want to do now? Use your brain, get your house in order, be calm, distance yourself and prepare for things to get worse before they get better.
Since it feels like a movie, maybe you’re thinking what else could go wrong? In this time of contemplation and reflection, look for an opportunity to learn, or grow yourself. Finally, set up the best practices that prepare your tribe for the next thing.
This begs the question, what is the next thing(s)? Perhaps it is time to think about a different virus, a virus that can spread faster and tear your world apart from top to bottom.
For us (no surprise here) we view that as digital and wireless threats, and we view it daily. Not from paranoia or fear, but as being a practical and actionable citizen. It is an opportunity to take ownership of your mobile privacy, security, and health. An opportunity to rein in your digital footprint and take ownership of practices that better yourself for tomorrow.
It is a slow burn, but the sooner you act the better you will feel.
Faraday Sleeves are the easiest way to prevent yourself from any current or future digital threats. In this time of preparation, we can not forget about our digital connections.
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