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Cyber Security Videos & Resources

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Stay a step ahead of cyber criminals by watching these five short videos.

Phishing: Don't take the bait!

Phishing is a scam that involves the use of replicas of existing web pages that try to deceive you into entering personal, financial or password data. Often suspects use urgency or scare tactics, such as threats to close accounts.

Identity Theft: Protect Yourself!

The impact of identity theft and online crimes can be greatly reduced if you can catch it shortly after your data is stolen or when the first use of your information is attempted.

Internet Fraud: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is!

It’s not always easy to identify online fraud, but cybercrime prevention can be straightforward. When you're armed with some technical advice and basic security awareness, you can avoid many attacks.

Social Media: Be Careful Who You Trust

Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram and more are used by an extremely large volume of people, including cyber criminals, every day. Keep your information secure by limiting the amount of personal information you share.

Play it Safe with Portable Devices

Portable devices include laptops, phones, tablets and more. These devices are very helpful, but they also contain personal information and could easily be lost or stolen. Know which steps you can take to protect yourself from the security risks that come along with portable devices.

Other Resources

With all the resources available on the Internet, it can be difficult to determine which are the best. To make it as easy as possible for you, we've put together a short list of websites we've found to be the most helpful.

Check the resources below for more information about fraud and identity theft to get a better understanding of the risks and how to protect yourself.

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