Cyber Security Awareness

October is Cyber Security Awareness month. The Stop.Think.Connect. Campaign is a national public awareness campaign aimed at increasing the understanding of cyber threats and empowering the American public to be safer and more secure online. Cyber threats are incredibly serious—and growing. Cyber Security is a shared responsibility. We each must do our part to keep the Internet safe. Take a moment and check out the resources available to help guide you in securing your computer and private information. 

Social Media Tips & Resources to Keep You Safe

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Must Watch Shocking Video on the Dangers of Oversharing on Social Media

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Internet Security & Securing Your Computer

Our nation’s critical infrastructure, including both private and public sector networks, are targeted by adversaries.  We can ALL help protect cyberspace. Find ways below:

Whether you are an employer, a teacher, a government worker, or even a student, you can have an impact. Click below for Valuable Resource Index to help you stay safe online.

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If you are a Victim of Online Crime

There is help available.
  • Immediately notify your local authorities and file a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center at www.ic3.gov
  • If someone has had inappropriate contact with you over the Internet, report it to www.cybertipline.com and they will coordinate with the FBI and local authorities.
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5 Risks to your digital information, identity, and privacy & how to defend against them:

Make safer practices part of your daily online routine. Learn more by going to the Microsoft Safety & Security Center.

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Helping make the internet safer & secure for everyone.

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