Browsing: Cyber Security Awareness Month Tip
Steps you can take to keep your mobile device safe.
Encrypt your mobile devices.
Strong passwords (or phrases) can keep you safe.
Backup all of your devices, and do it often!
Keep your mobile device safe!
Additional steps to say protected.
Don’t pay the Ransom!
What is Malware?
Keep antivirus protection up to date. Get your free Antivirus software from Fordham University.
What is Ransomware?
Take Fordham’s Cyber Security Awareness training.
Monitor all your accounts for suspicious activity.
Be wary of tech support scams, cold calls or web browser popups.
Identity Protection Tips
Guard Yourself Against Identity Theft
Dont Fall for Scare Tactics!
Cyber Criminals Are After Your Information
Have you heard of Spear and Whale Phishing?
What are Smishing and Vishing?
What is Phishing?
Tip #21 Get Antivirus Protection!
Tip #20 Avoid Unlicensed Mobile Applications
Tip #19 Don’t Let Your Computer Get Sick (Viruses)
Tip #18 Gone Phishing? Don’t Get Hooked!
Tip #17 Don’t Be Forced to Pay for Your Stuff! (Ransomware)
Tip #16 Be Wary of Malware
Tip #15 Be Aware of Your File Sharing Settings
Tip #14 Be Wary of Mandatory Software Downloads for Wi-Fi Access
Tip #13 Pay Attention to Permissions and Privacy Policies
Tip #12 Keep Software Up-To-Date
Tip #11 Use Two-Factor Authentication
Tip #10 Avoid Conducting Sensitive Business over Public Wi-Fi Networks
Tip #9 Think Before you Connect
Tip #8 Secure Your Mobile Device
Tip #7 Secure Your Accounts
Tip #6 Set Strong Passwords
Tip #5 When in Doubt, Throw it out!
Tip #4 Keep Your Private Information Private
Tip #3 Secure Your Network
Tip #2: Disable Remote Connectivity When Not in Use
Tip #1 Keep a Clean Machine
Tip #22 Cyberbullying: How to Get Help
Tip #21 So There’s No Fault: Default to No Automatic Downloads
Tip #20 Public WiFi: Use Sparingly and Safely
Tip #19 Deal of the Century! (Too bad it’s a scam!)
Tip #18 Are You SURE You Want to Download that App?
Tip #17 Free Antivirus Protection from Fordham
Tip #16 Tips for a Strong, Secure Password
Tip #15 Your First Line of Defense: Strong Passwords
Tip #14 First It Was Phishing, Now It’s Smishing
Tip #13 Is that a Fish on Sale or a Phish?
Tip #12 The Upshot on Updates
Tip #11 Cell Phone Theft
Tip #10 Geotagging and Location Sharing–Just Don’t!
Tip #9 Think Twice (Or Thrice) Before You Post
Tip #8 Identity Theft: Signs and Solutions
Tip #7 Check before you click!
Tip #6 How to Hide Behind Your Screen Names
Tip #5 What’s that person doing in my computer?
Tip #4 | You Shared WHAT about Yourself Online??
Tip #3 | Don’t Share THAT about Yourself Online!
Tip #2 | Sharing Online with Friends, Cautiously
Tip #1 | Spam: Report and Delete!