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The Internet touches almost all aspects of everyone’s daily life, whether we realize it or not. Cyber criminals do not discriminate; they target vulnerable computer systems regardless of whether they are part of a large corporation, a small business, or belong to a home user. Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility in which all Americans have a role to play.
Below find resources and materials to help protect your online identity:
- Learn how to protect yourself, your family, and your devices with tips and resources from the National Cyber Security Alliance.
- Check out the National Centers of Academic Excellence for information on higher education in information assurance programs to meet America’s growing demand for cybersecurity professionals.
- Sign up for alerts and get tips on safeguarding your electronic devices, using social networking sites, and more from the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT).
- File a complaint with the Internet Crime Complaint Center or your State Attorney General’s Office if you are a victim of online crime.
- Follow ten simple, customized steps from the Federal Communications Commission’s Smartphone Security Checker to secure your mobile phone. In addition, learn how to safely use public Wi-Fi networks and what steps to take if your phone is stolen.
For much more information and resources, visit the Stop.Think.Connect. Toolkit at: