Becoming Cyber Safe

Being “cyber safe” means taking steps to protect oneself and one’s information from cyber threats, such as malware, phishing attacks, and data breaches. It involves adopting safe practices when using the internet and digital devices, such as using strong passwords, being cautious when clicking on links or downloading attachments, and keeping software and systems up-to-date.

Being cyber safe also involves being aware of one’s online presence and taking steps to protect personal information. This may include adjusting privacy settings on social media accounts, being careful about what personal information is shared online, and using secure, encrypted networks for online transactions.

Adopting cyber safe practices can help individuals and organisations protect themselves and their information from cyber threats and minimise the risk of becoming a victim of a cyber attack. It is an essential aspect of staying safe and secure online.

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