Cyber Security

From online shopping to travel plans and office closures, cybercriminals know that the holidays are a hectic time of year, which encourages hackers to increase their attacks. Reports from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) identify a surge in cyberattacks during the holiday season. Please review the content on this site to stay safe this season.

“If You Connect It, Protect It"

Episode 1 – Passwords​

Episode 2 - Data_Handling

Episode 3 - Computer Theft

Episode 4 - Phishing Ransomware

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As a safety precaution please review the materials below.

Own IT.

  • Never Click and Tell: staying safe on social media
  • Update Privacy Settings
  • Keep Tabs on Your Apps: best practices for device applications

Secure IT.

  • Shake Up Your Passphrase Protocol: create strong, unique passphrases
  • Double Your Login Protection: turn on multi-factor authentication
  • Shop Safe Online
  • Play Hard To Get With Strangers: how to spot and avoid phish

Protect IT.

  • If You Connect, You Must Protect: updating to the latest security software, web browser and operating systems
  • Stay Protected While Connected: Wi-Fi safety
  • If You Collect It, Protect It: keeping customer/consumer data and information safe

For more information, visit StaySafeOnline

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