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Trending: National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: It's all about trust

We all frequently transmit financial and personal information across the Internet and enter it into websites. It’s the way we get things done. But to get it done right, it all needs to be protected through certificate-based encryption.

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Trending: National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: It's Worth a Second Look

Phishing is one of the most commonly used attacks against users. By way of email, those with malicious intent will contact unsuspecting persons, asking them to click a link or download a file. Generally, the end goal is to infect the user’s computer with malware or get them to submit important personal or business information or credentials.

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Trending:National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Password Managers

Your password is the “key” to your account, your information, and your digital life. In the wrong hands, these “keys” can cause heartache and headache, and they might even cost you or the company money.

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Trending: National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Turn off Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on your mobile device(s)

Wi-Fi and Bluetooth wireless technologies are very useful, and they are often set up to connect seamlessly to other devices or networks with no input from the user. As you move from home to Starbucks, your network connection just works; or from a headset to your car, Bluetooth keeps your phone calls connected. What you may not realize is that these radio protocols are constantly announcing your presence, and they are capturing information about other wireless protocols around you

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Trending: National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: How to identify an email hoax

A hoax attempts to trick or defraud someone. A hoax could be malicious, instructing users to delete a file necessary to the operating system by claiming it is a virus or other harmful file. It could be a phishing attack that convinces users to click on a link and log into a website. It could also be a scam that convinces users to send money or personal information.

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Trending: National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: See Something, Say Something

If something seems weird about an email or someone seems out of place, say something. Be vigilant. For example, if you receive an email that asks you to download a patch or new software, contact the Help Desk.

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