Identify, prevent Internet Theft

Just like burglars and thieves, cyber criminals have many different ways to steal personal information and money.

Cybersafety Tips 1

Staying safe online

Cyber Safety Tips 2

Signing in and signing outBut when using public computers like in a cybercafé, a friend’s computer or library, remember that you may still be signed into any services you’ve been using even after you close the browser. Gmail has introduced …

Selecting a strong password and protecting it

What is a password? In the simplest terms, a password is a secret word or phrase that is used to gain admission to a place or service. A pass word is information associated with an entity that confirms the entity’s …

Your Safety in Cyber Space

What is Two-Factor Authentication?

Two-factor authentication (often shortened to 2FA) provides a way of 'double-checking' that you’re really the person you’re claiming to be when you log into your online accounts, such as banking, email or social media. When you log into an online …

Internet Safety Tips for Children and Teens

Don’t give out personal information without your parents’ permission.

Spam vs. Scam

Spam vs. Scam Spam (Junk) consists of irrelevant, unwanted and unsolicited marketing emails, posts and messaging. Scams consist of tricky, misleading calls / chats / SMS and fake posts / posters, newspaper ads with malicious intent in order to cheat …