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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. This year, we’re focusing on fighting one of the most common cyber threats Canadians are facing today: phishing scams.
Here are some phishing trends to be aware of and tips to protect yourself this school year.
Here are some debunked and explained common myths to help you stay safe online.
If your trusty devices will be joining you for this upcoming post-secondary school year, Get Cyber Safe has some tips to keep them in tip-top studying condition.
Learn how to get cyber safe this academic year with the easy tips and tricks in this factsheet.
Here are some helpful tips on how to recover your hacked account and some cyber security tips to follow to protect you in the future.
Here are some cyber security tips that postsecondary students can rely on to keep themselves cyber safe.
Get Cyber Safe offers a variety of resources on cyber security. Here you can find a list of our infographics that can be shared digitally or printed out.
This guide is designed to help Canadians who own or manage a small or medium business understand the cyber security risks they face, and provide them with practical advice on how to better protect their business and employees from cyber crime.
Research that has been conducted regarding Canadians' beliefs and behaviours relating to internet usage and online safety.
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