Next month Carleton University will be participating in Cyber Security Awareness Month. This is a time to help protect ourselves against a wide range of online threats.
The month long campaign is designed to help you better understand the cyber threats you face online and the simple steps you can take to minimize those risks.
Simple things like:
- Protecting yourself against social engineering
- Knowing how to spot suspicious emails
- Creating secure passwords
- Staying safe while browsing
We all have a key role to play in keeping our home computers and personal devices secure online. We also play a big part in keeping our businesses safe from cyber threats.
Learn more about cyber security at Carleton by visiting the Information Technology Services (ITS) website.
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