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Cybersecurity Posters

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For editable versions of any of the posters, please contact BOTH Julie Goldstein AND Kamika Hughes at julie.goldstein@ucop.edu and kamika.hughes@ucop.edu (available to the UC community).

2018 Posters

 

 

Flyer: Keep Calm and Shop Safely

Keep Calm and Shop Safely

Flyer: Be a Cybersmart Holiday Shopper, version 1

Be a Cybersmart Holiday Shopper, version 1

Flyer: Be a Cybersmart Holiday Shopper, version 2

Be a Cybersmart Holiday Shopper, version 2

Flyer: Lock Down Your Login, version 1. Click for PDF.

Lock Down Your Login, version 1

Flyer: Lock Down Your Login, version 2. Click for PDF.

Lock Down Your Login, version 2

Flyer: Password tips. Click for PDF.

Password Tips

Flyer: Use unique passwords. Click for PDF.

Use Unique Passwords

Flyer: 8 smart cybersecurity habits, version 1. Click for PDF.

8 Smart Cybersecurity Habits, version 1

Flyer: 8 smart cybersecurity habits, version 2. Click for PDF.

8 Smart Cybersecurity Habits, version 2

Flyer: Stay safe on Wi-Fi. Click for PDF.

Travel Securely
from UCSC

Flyer: Be alert for cyber scams as the school year begins

Back-to-School Cybersecurity

Infographic: 5 Online Security Tips for Smarter Travel. 1) Keep a clean machine. 2) Stop and think before you connect to public WiFi. 3) Paid WiFi doesn't mean safe WiFi. 4) Beware of imposter WiFi networks. 5) Use a VPN.

5 Online Security Tips for Smarter Travel

Flyer: Keep computers and electronic devices safe when you travel.

Travel Securely
from UCSC

BBB Infographic: Digital Spring Cleaning. Week 1: Keep clean machines. Week 2: Make sure you're secure. Week 3: Digital file purge and protection. Week 4: Clean up your online reputation.

Digital Spring Cleaning - tips from the Better Business Bureau

Flyer: Always check before you click!

Always check before you click!

Flyer: Hello? Who's calling? Protect yourself from phone phishing.

Protect yourself from phone phishing

Flyer: How to spot a phishing email - image of an email with some key indicators of phishing: generic subject line, suspicious URL, bad grammar/spelling, unnecessary urgency, improper use of copyright.

How to Spot a Phishing Email

Flyer: Do you know where your information is? Own your online presence.

Privacy 1

Flyer: Protect your personal information. Share with care.

Privacy 2

2017 Posters

Flyer: Keep Calm and Shop Safely

Holiday Cybersecurity 1

Flyer: Be a Cybersmart Holiday Shopper

Holiday Cybersecurity 2

 

 

Poster: Think Before You Click. Avoid phishing scams. Always think twice before clicking on links or opening attachments. Protect your passwords. Learn more at security.ucop.edu

Think before you click

Poster: Keep what's private private.

Keep what's private private

Poster: Use a password manager.

Use a password manager

Poster: Patches aren't just for pirates. Keep your operating system and apps patched and up-to-date.

Patches aren't just for pirates

Poster: You've been hacked! Now what? Change all passwords. Update your antivirus, software and apps. Update your browser and plugins. Notify credit agencies if your personal info was affected. Be prepared with backups.

You've been hacked!
Now what?

Thumbnail images of penguin and shark poster series

Penguin and Shark Poster Series - available to UC community only
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2016 Posters

Poster: Know the red flags for phishing. Never click on unknown links or attachments. Never reveal your password. Beware of email asking for login or other private information.

Recognize the Red Flags
for Phishing

Poster: Don't get duped by a phishing scam. Protect yourself: Never click on unknown links or attachments. Never reveal your password. Beware of email asking for login or other private information.

Don't Get Duped
by Phishing Scams

Poster: Once you share it online, you can't take it back. Keep your private info private. Check your privacy settings regularly. Never share your password.

Protect Your Privacy
(prints best in high res)

Poster: Use Strong Passwords! Make them LONG and STRONG. Never share your passwords. Different service = different password. Use 2-step authentication where available.

Use Strong Passwords
 

Poster: Protect Your Phone! Don't store anything too sensitive to be stolen. Back it up. Use complex passwords and auto screen locking. Don't leave it lying around. Don't jailbreak or hack it.

Protect Your Phone #1
 

Poster: Protect Your Phone! Don't store anything too sensitive to be stolen. Back it up. Use complex passwords and auto screen locking. Don't leave it lying around. Don't jailbreak or hack it.

Protect Your Phone #2
 

Poster: Protect Yourself from Ransomware! DON'T click on unknown links or files. DON'T click on links in popups. DO back up all important files. DO report threatening or suspicious email and texts; DON'T respond to them.

Protect Yourself from Ransomware #1
 

Poster: Protect Yourself from Ransomware! DON'T click on unknown links or files. DON'T click on links in popups. DO back up all important files. DO report threatening or suspicious email and texts; DON'T respond to them.

Protect Yourself from Ransomware #2
 


See the National Cyber Security Awareness Month Archive page for versions of the 2016 posters that include the words, "National Cyber Security Awareness Month".

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