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This month marks the 11th anniversary of the National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Sponsored by the Department of Homeland Security and in cooperation with the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center, National Cyber Security Month was created to raise awareness among the public about cyber security.
As the same for last year, this year’s theme is Our Shared Responsibility. With the internet becoming a more integral part of our daily lives, it’s important for everyone to take necessary actions to protect yourself and to make others become aware of the different risks on the internet.
From taking steps to secure your devices to safeguarding your personal information, everyone plays a crucial role in helping to make the internet safer.
Every day, hackers and cyber criminals are devising new tricks to steal your identity or spam you for their own financial gains. Protecting yourself starts with these 3 simple steps: STOP. THINK. CONNECT. Always take precautions when using the Internet and think about whether your online behaviors are putting you at risk.
The following tips can help you protect your personal information:
To help combat cybercrimes, you can do your part by taking the necessary measures to protect yourself and sharing the above internet safety and security tips with your friends and family members.
To learn more about National Cyber Security Awareness, refer to these sources: