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National Internet Safety Month: This June, take 4 Easy Steps to Stay Safe Online

June 25, 2024 12:41 PM | Anonymous

Reposted from EMR-ISAC

The U.S. Senate first designated June as National Internet Safety Month in 2005, primarily to raise awareness of internet dangers and highlight the need for education about online safety, especially among young people. In the years since then, with the rise of smartphones, social media and other new technologies, the amount of time people spend online has grown enormously—as have the risks.

Most of the time, cyberattacks occur due to poor cyber hygiene. Fortunately, there are four simple things we can all do to help protect ourselves and, by extension, others:

  1. Use strong passwords.
  2. Turn on multifactor authentication (MFA).
  3. Update software.
  4. Recognize and report phishing.

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