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We store so much important data on our devices, and backing up our data often is the easiest way to make sure we never lose the files that matter most to us.
Passwords and passphrases are important security measures, but they’re not the only ones. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is an extra layer of security catered to you, so only you can access private information and accounts.
Phishing is one of the most common threats you can encounter online. Luckily, phishing messages can be easy to spot – if you know what you’re looking for.
Test your cyber security strength by taking this cyber fitness assessment quiz
Your online accounts contain a lot of information about you. Make sure that the information stays where you want it to by keeping your accounts secure.
This Cyber Month, we're dedicated to helping you work on your cyber fitness. To kickstart your journey towards improved cyber safety, use this weekly progress tracker.
This Cyber Month, we’re helping Canadians step-up their cyber fitness. You can be part of helping keep Canadians safe online by strengthening your own online security. Here are simple steps you can take this October to help build your cyber muscles.
Use this checklist to make cyber security the least stressful part of your vacation.
Cyber Security Awareness Month is an international campaign held every October to help the public learn more about the importance of cyber security. The campaign helps Canadians stay secure online by teaching them simple steps to protect themselves and their devices.
Additional resources to download and share during Cyber Security Awareness Month.
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