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Whether you are an employer, a teacher, a government worker, or even a student, you have an impact on cybersecurity.
Whether you are an employer, a teacher, a government worker, or even a student, you have an impact on cybersecurity. By practicing strong and safe online habits, you can better protect your identity and the networks you use at home, at work and anywhere you log on.
- Others from accessing your accounts - set secure passwords.
- Sharing too much personal information.
- Before your click. Is this a trusted source?
- About what you’re doing. Would you do it or share it offline?
- Over secure networks. Wifi hotspots may not offer the same protections.
- Wisely. Trust your gut. If it doesn’t seem right, then close out or delete the email.
Stop.Think.Connect. is a national public awareness campaign conducted by the Department of Homeland Security in cooperation with the National Cyber Security Alliance. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Cuyahoga County Security Department Featured in the Wall Street Journal
"For Jeremy Mio, security and research manager for Cuyahoga County, Ohio, the main focus is on protecting the county’s computer networks, which means not only watching what the approximately 8,000 to 10,000 employees are doing but making sure members of the public that access the system are not trying to perpetrate any mischief."
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2015 Survey Honors Most Innovative, Pioneering Digital Counties
Cuyahoga County won 10th place in the 500,000 or more population category commemorating multiple IT efforts such as county wide consolidation, cyber Security, regional collaboration, and more. Click here for the press release.
Cuyahoga County, OH honored as best in the nation for Cyber Security!