Regardless of how fast your fingers fly on a keyboard or cell phone, the best tool you have to help avoid risks online is your brain. Stop before you post, share, or send: do you trust the site you are on? How would you feel if your information ends up somewhere you didn’t intend? Below are some resources and materials to help you learn about safe cyber behavior.
- Play games as you navigate through the islands of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) Safe Online Surfing program for 3 – 8 grade students.
- Take a bite out of cybercrime with the National Crime Prevention Council’s McGruff the Crime Dog and sign McGruff’s Internet Safety Pledge.
- Learn about the online issues affecting kids, tweens, and teens from NetSmartz, a program of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC).
- Learn how to protect yourself, your family, and your devices with tips and resources from the National Cyber Security Alliance.
- Check out the National Centers of Academic Excellence for information on higher education in information assurance programs to meet America's growing demand for cybersecurity professionals.
Follow ten simple, customized steps from the Federal Communications Commission’s Smartphone Security Checker to secure your mobile phone. In addition, learn how to safely use public Wi-Fi networks and what steps to take if your phone is stolen.
|Cybersecurity for Kids Tip Card||142.37 KB|
|Heads Up Guide||297.85 KB|
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|Stop.Think.Connect. Mobile Safety One Pager||152.1 KB|
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|Internet of Things Tip Card||145.15 KB|
|Mobile Security Tip Card||151.82 KB|
|Social Media Guide||179.49 KB|
|Student Tip Card K-8 Students||151.08 KB|
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