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Vigilance to Cybersecurity

Vigilance to Cybersecurity

The threat of cybersecurity attacks is higher than ever before. Let’s continue to be vigilant against emerging threats. You can begin by following these 5 cyber reminders to assist in improving our cyber hygiene at work and at home:

icon 1. Think before you click
If you receive an enticing offer via email or text, don't be so quick to click on the link. Instead, go directly to the company's website to verify it is legitimate. If you're unsure who an email is from-even if the details appear accurate-or if the email looks "phishy," do not respond and do not click on any links or open any attachments found in that email as they may be infected with malware.
icon 2. When in doubt, throw it out
Links in email, tweets, texts, posts, social media messages and online advertising are the easiest way for cyber criminals to get your sensitive information. Be wary of clicking on links or downloading anything that comes from a stranger or that you were not expecting. When available, use the "junk" or "block" option to no longer receive messages from a particular sender. Don't trust those links.
icon 3. Lock down your login
Consider changing your password more frequently. Create long and unique passphrases for all accounts and use multifactor authentication (MFA) wherever possible. MFA will fortify your online accounts by enabling the strongest authentication tools available, such as biometrics or a unique one-time code sent to your phone or mobile device. Use password managers to generate and remember different, complex passwords for each of your accounts.
icon 4. Share with care
Think before posting about yourself and others online. Consider what a post reveals, who might see it and how it might affect you or others. Consider creating an alternate persona that you use for online profiles to limit how much of your own personal information you share.
icon 5. Get savvy about wifi hotspots
Public wireless networks and hotspots are not secure, which means that anyone could potentially see what you are doing on your laptop or smartphone while you are connected to them. Limit what you do on public Wi-Fi and avoid logging in to key accounts like email and bank accounts. Consider using a virtual private network (VPN) or a personal/mobile hotspot if you need a more secure connection.
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