Here we are in week 5 of National Cyber Security Awareness Month. We hope you have enjoyed our tips and are out there making the Internet a safer place for all of us.
Even though it's almost the end of the month it doesn't mean you can't still get involved. Here are some easy ways to participate!
The Stop|Think|Connect campaign aims to teach all digital citizens about online safety. You can learn more at their site http://stopthinkconnect.org
Check out all our safety tips from this month:
- 5 Ways YOU Can Help Promote a Safe Online Experience
- Digital Security Tips: How to Protect Against Online Threats!
- Cyber Safety Online for Your Business
- Cybersecurity Awareness: Resources to Help Keep Your Biz Safe
- Let's Help Make the Internet a Safer Place
- More Ways to Stay Safe Online
- Protecting Our Digital Lives
This last week focuses on building the next generation of cyber professionals.
I don't personally think they educate kids enough if anything about cyber safety. Data Privacy Day is coming up January 28th so it's a great time to teach them about online safety. Educators can support Cyber Aware month by exposing students to opportunities in the cyber security field.
Check out C-SAVE, a volunteer program where you can teach our youth about cyber safety and security plus more.
With all the technology advances, the need for more good cyber security talent grows. Learn more here: http://www.idtheftcenter.org/Cybersecurity/we-need-more-cybersecurity-techs.html
Just because cyber aware month is coming to a close doesn't mean you should stop promoting Internet safety. It's our responsibility to teach others how to stay safe online.
Here's a privacy quiz to see if you are cyber aware http://myprivacyiq.com/
I got ONE wrong. Guess I need to learn more about geo-location 😉 How did you do?
What is one tip you learned during National Cyber Security Awareness Month that you will share with others?