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RSS SANS Institute Security Awareness Tip of the Day

  • Unique Passwords April 24, 2019
    Make sure each of your accounts has a separate, unique password. Can't remember all of your passwords/passphrases? Consider using a password manager to securely store all of them for you.
  • Two Home Computers April 23, 2019
    If possible, have two computers at home -- one for parents and one for kids. If you are sharing a computer, make sure you have separate accounts for everyone and that kids do not have privileged access.
  • Use Caution Opening Email Attachments April 22, 2019
    A common method cyber criminals use to hack into peoples computers is to send them emails with infected attachments. People are tricked into opening these attachments because they appear to come from someone or something they know and trust. Only open email attachments that you were expecting. Not sure about an email? Call the person […]
  • Never Try to Fix the Problem When Hacked April 19, 2019
    Eventually, we all get hacked. The bad guys are very persistent and we can all make a mistake. If you suspect you have been hacked never try to fix the situation, instead report it right away. If you try to fix the situation, such as paying an online ransom or deleting the infected files, not […]
  • Lock Your Mobile Devices April 18, 2019
    The number one step for protecting your mobile device is making sure it has a strong screenlock on it so only you can access it.
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