Additional Security Resources
"Banks Never Ask That" Campaign
Learn how to avoid phishing scams and what to do if you find yourself in one, through a variety of quizzes and information provided by the American Bankers Association.
A goal of the Federal Trade Commission is to provide consumers information and advice on scams, identity theft and other protection issues. Visit their website for a variety of resources available to you.
Protecting Your Personal Information
Various methods you can use to increase the security of your personal information.
Free Cybersecurity Training
Access interactive lessons and information on how to build safer network and online security practices for your home or business.
Stay Safe Online
This site is informative on Internet safety and helping secure home, work and school systems. It also explains how to protect networking information.
On Guard Online
This is a federal government-based website to help keep individuals safe, secure and responsible online.
US-Cert seeks to improve cyber security, to share various online information, and manage cyber risks.
Improve the Security of Your Home Computer
Information and steps from US-CERT on how to improve your home computer security and minimize threats from malicious exploits.
Microsoft Internet Safety and Security
This Microsoft website is a center of safety and security information and tools to help protect computers online.
Seniors: Stay Safer on the Internet
A brochure from Microsoft with some helpful information for Seniors to help them stay safe while online.
Norton Online Safety Guide: Cyber Safe Seniors
A free guide from Symantec to help you and your older loved ones learn to use the internet safely.
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