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10 Holiday Season Cybersecurity Tips

These tips will help keep your users safe this holiday season. We recommend printing these out, they are great at-desk reminders.

  1. 10 Holiday Season Cybersecurity TipsKeep all devices up to date with basic security measures to lessen your chance of becoming a victim.

  2. Only connect to known Wi-Fi networks; beware of network names that have typos or extra characters.

  3. Use strong, unique passwords on all accounts. This is an excellent time to update passwords!

  4. Be safe on social media; don't overshare, and take time to review your privacy settings on the platforms you use.

  5. Keep an eye on your bank accounts and monitor your credit report regularly.

  6. Be careful with messages regarding travel changes. Always use official channels to stay updated.

  7. Watch out for party invitations and announcements with links and information requests.

  8. Keep devices in view (or know where they are) during security checks and when charging.

  9. Pay close attention to the websites you visit and shop on. It's safest only to use those you trust.

  10. Be wary of ads, giveaways, and contests that seem too good to be true. These run rampant during the holiday season!



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