STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ Simple Steps to Online Safety
STOP: make sure security measures are in place. THINK: about the consequences of your actions and behaviors online. CONNECT: and enjoy the internet.
General Tips and Advice:
It is critical for anyone using the internet to continually learn about and consistently practice good cybersecurity habits. To better protect yourself, you should secure your home networks and mobile devices and take the time to learn how to use the internet more safely, securely and responsibly. Learn more about the top consumer cyber concerns, learn simple steps to protect against these concerns and what to do if you fall victim to cybercrime. www.stopthinkconnect.org
Cybersecurity in the Workplace Is Everyone’s Business
Whatever your place of business ‒ whether it’s a large or small organization, healthcare provider, academic institution or government agency – creating a culture of cybersecurity from the breakroom to the board room is essential and a shared responsibility among all employees, also when having a health related business is extremely important to stay away from clinical negligence, it can cause you lots of problems.
Every organization needs a plan for employee education, training and awareness that emphasizes risk management, resistance and resilience. Learn more
Today’s Predictions for Tomorrow’s Internet
With the explosion of digital interconnectivity, it is critical to explore everyone’s role in protecting our cyber ecosystem.
Smart cities, connected healthcare devices, digitized records and smart cars and homes have become our new reality. While there are tremendous benefits of massive interconnectivity, it is critical to understand how to use cutting-edge technology in safe and secure ways.
Reporting Cyber Threats
We lead internet-connected, digital lives. From our desk and homes to on the go, we work, learn and play online. As technology evolves, so do the many methods used to exploit technology for criminal purposes. Nearly all crime that once was committed in person, by mail, or over the telephone can be committed over the Internet. The criminal element is empowered by the perceived anonymity of the Internet and the ease of access to potential victims. Criminals use social engineering to prey on their victims’ sympathy, generosity, or vulnerability.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center, IC3, was designed to help address all types of cyber crime through its complaint system. The mission of IC3 is to provide the public with a reliable and convenient reporting mechanism to submit information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation concerning suspected Internet-facilitated criminal activity and to develop effective alliances with industry partners. If you have fallen victim to an internet crime you can file a complaint with IC3. www.ic3.gov
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