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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month #CyberAware

Review Resources

Review Resources

When it comes to keeping yourself safe on the web, being informed is the most important step. Navigate through our resources to gather the information you need to become #CyberAware.

Take Action

Take Action

After gathering the tips and tricks needed to become #CyberAware, take action. Change settings, make updates, and analyze past cyber behavior to enact best practices.

Stay Alert

Stay Alert

After taking action to become more secure, remember that the work to be #CyberAware is never over. Threats become more sophisticated over time, and it is key to be alert at all times.

Phishing: Don’t Get Caught!

Phishing is the process by which attackers send emails, text messages, or social media messages asking for your personal information or account credentials. Educate yourself on what phishing attacks look like in order to avoid loss of personal data or money.

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Passphrases: Strength in Length

Developing good password habits is one of the simplest and most important steps you can take toward protecting yourself from hacking and cyber crime. Find out more about best practices for passwords, and learn about helpful password management tools that can help you stay protected!

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Data Storage: Don’t Lose It!

It is easy to accidentally share confidential information or make information unintentionally easy to access. Learn how to protect sensitive information in the age of online collaboration and cloud storage, and importantly, become familiar with backing up your information so you don’t lose it!

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Your Digital Identity: Keep it Protected

As you create social media accounts, personal websites, and sign up for services, you are creating a digital identity. While our digital identities can be used to help us connect with one another and are part of many of our personal and professional lives, it is wise to be careful with personal information shared on the web.

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