Security Tips

 

Monthly Security Tips NEWSLETTER                                (Select Below)

Security Tips:


  1. 2018

  2. November - Staying Secure While Shopping Online

  3. October - National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

  4. September - Avoiding Many Types of Malware

  5. August - Want to keep your data? Back it up!

  6. July - Sun, Sand, and Cybersecurity

  7. June - How to Spot Phishing Messages Like a Pro

  8. May - Reducing your Information Footprint

  9. April - Securing Devices by Making Simple Changes

  10. March - Staying Safe from Tax Scams

  11. February - Spotting and Avoiding Olympic Scams

  12. January - National Data Privacy Day, January 28th


  13. 2017

  14. December - Avoiding Holiday Scams

  15. November - Shopping Safely Online

  16. October - National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2017

  17. September - Staying Secure on Social Media

  18. August - Connected Home Devices: The Internet of Things

  19. July - Identifying and Reporting Common Scams

  20. June - Sun, Sand, and Cybersecurity

  21. May - Are You Really Being Secure Online?

  22. April - Digital Spring Cleaning

  23. March - Common IT Wisdom That Keeps You Secure

  24. February - Staying Safe from Tax Season Scams

  25. January - Looking Forward: 2017’s Top Threat Prediction


  26. 2016

  27. December - New Device? Check Your CyberSecurity!

  28. November - Cyber Tips for Holiday Shopping

  29. October - Malware

  30. September - Two-Factor Authentication

  31. August - Back to School

  32. July - Going for Gold in Cybersecurity

  33. June - Traveling Securely

  34. May - Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015

  35. April - Phishing Emails and You

  36. March - Why Strong, Unique Passwords Matter

  37. February - Avoiding Online Tax Scams

  38. January - The Hidden Costs of a Data Breach


  39. 2015

  40. December - Getting Your Device and Checking It Twice

  41. November - Safe Online Holiday Shopping

  42. October - Malware Wears Costumes, Too

  43. September - New Credit Card Chip Technology

  44. August - The Harm in Password Reuse

  45. July - Sun, Sand, and Cyber Security

  46. June - Social Engineering Through The Internet

  47. May - Don’t Take the Bait on Phishing Scams

  48. April - Security in the Mobile Era

  49. March - Avoiding Online Tax Scams

  50. February - Protecting Against Cybercrime

  51. January - 2015 Cyber Security Outlook


  52. 2014

  53. December - Make Your List and Check it Twice: Follow these tips for securing your new computer or device.

  54. November - Online Holiday Shopping: Tips for Keeping Your Information Secure

  55. October - Trick or Treat... or Should We Say Trick or Threat

  56. September - Social Media Scams -- Spot Them Beforehand!

  57. August - Secure Online Banking

  58. July - Cyber Security and Your Summer Vacation

  59. June - Bots, Botnets, and Zombies

  60. May - Protecting Against Mobile Malware

  61. April - Hacked! Now What?

  62. March - Protect Yourself from Online Tax Scams

  63. February - Personal Backup and Recovery of Your Data

  64. January - 2014 Cyber Security Outlook


  65. 2013

  66. December - Cyber Hygiene with the Top 20 Critical Security Controls

  67. November - Cyber Monday and Online Shopping Season: What You Need to Know to Protect

  68. October - Take the CIS Cyber Security Pledge

  69. September - Social Networking Sites: Security and Privacy Issues

  70. August - Java Exploits

  71. July - Using Wi-Fi: Connect With Care

  72. June - Keeping Senior Citizens Safe Online

  73. May - Do You Know Where Your Personal Information Is?

  74. April - Protect Yourself from Email Phishing Attacks

  75. March - Protect Yourself from Email Tax Scams

  76. February - How Do I Protect the Information on My Smartphone?

  77. January - Emerging Trends and Threats for 2013


Security Awareness:

  1. Awareness of Back to School Scams

  2. Visit the InfraGard Kansas City Members Alliance (IMA) Website for Security Tips on Critical Infrastructure Protection


DDoS Attacks:

  1. Center for Information Security’s Guide to DDoS Attacks


Andrew R. Reese


Mobile: (717) 395-3063


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  2. Security Practice

  3. My Security Pledge

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