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- Cybersecurity Awareness
The month of October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month! With the electronic age, you can be at risk for data breaches and hacking. But there are many ways to keep your data safe. Practice the basics of cyber security this month. #BeCyberSmart" Learn more at: https://bit.ly/3UypZ25
Enabling multi-factor authentication (MFA): More than just a password!
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is another layer to secure your online account that contains data. An MFA provides a combination of two or more authenticators to verify your identity before the service grants you access. This feature protects your online accounts from getting hacked. How do you enable MFA? Text message (SMS) or email, authenticator app, push notification, FIDO authentication.
Learn more on how to enable this feature on your device at: https://tinyurl.com/3njff4e8
Password Protection: Strong passwords
Many systems and services can be breached of non-secure or inadequate passwords. Here are ways to make sure your password is effective at protecting your data.
Quick Tips for Avoiding Phishing
Beware of phishing. Pronounced like fishing. It's when harmful individuals disguise themselves as reputable companies to trick people into revealing personal information by clicking links in an email. Learn more about how to protect yourself from phishing at: Phishing in Cybersecurity.
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