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April 5, 2017

Overcoming online pitfalls: Improving safety and building trust through digital civility

“A More Perfect Internet: Digital Incivility, Cyber-Violence and Fake News” was the second program in a series led by the George Washington University Law School's Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Project. The event brought together practitioners, academics and student-experts to identify, address and explore ways to combat online pitfalls like cyber-violence, hoaxes and misinformation.

April 3, 2017

5 Ways to Spot and Avoid Credit Card Skimming

In credit card skimming, a cybercriminal uses a malicious electronic device which ‘skims’ through your credit card data once the magnetic strip of your card is in contact with it and steals information from it in order to take control of your account. Learn basic safety measures that can help you avoid becoming a victim.

March 14, 2017

Security, Identity and the World of Connected Cars

Now, even our vehicles – essential parts of our day-to-day lives – are connected to the internet, and while cars’ collection, storage and use of data can help make life more convenient and efficient, they also present security and privacy risks. It’s important to know what information our cars collect, how they use our data and how we can manage our privacy and identities in a growing connected car landscape.

March 10, 2017

#CyberAware: Stay Safe Online During Tax Time

#CyberAware is a family-friendly newsletter from the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). This month, we’re sharing resources to help you be safer online this tax season, tips to consider before purchasing a mobile phone for your child and recent online safety news.