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    Stop, Think, Connect Stop, Think, Connect Presentation Transcript

    • How to Protect Your Identity and Computer
    • IntroductionO Our files and entire operating system can be damagedO Files O Work O Music O Photos O Games O Everything that we save on our computersO It’s easy and well worth the effort
    • What is Malware?O Malicious softwareO Includes virusesO Made to purposely harm and destroy a computerO Can steal personal identity informationO The damage spreads very, very quickly
    • QuestionO Why is it important to make sure a link is from a trusted source? Can’t we just click and if it’s not what we want or thought it would be, just go back?
    • AnswerO Experts like to say “When in doubt, always err on the side of caution.” Just delete the message and don’t click. Simply clicking on links in email, tweets, posts, social networking sites, smart phone messages and online advertising can infect your computer.
    • QuestionO What should make you suspicious that a link could cause trouble? A message claiming you’ve won a big prize or an offer that seems too good to be true is always suspicious. In what other situations should you stop and not click?
    • Don’t ClickO Links from someone you don’t knowO Links that excitedly tell you to take urgent actionO Links in chain lettersO Links in messages that just look “weird”O Links in a message that is clearly spam (junk mail)O Links that just seem strange, even if from a good friendO Links within messages that use bad grammar or awkward phrasing or misspellingsO Links from a friend or stranger claiming he/she is in trouble and asking that you send money
    • Don’t ClickO Links to a page asking you for any personal information, such as your passwordO Links in messages that appear to be from a favorite store, asking you to update your account (Reputable companies never do this)O Links on a social networking site that say “watch this funny video of you”O Links in messages that tell you to open an attachmentO Links in messages that warn you to take urgent action
    • QuestionO Why do experts tell us that we should be suspicious about a link or email attachment that “looks funny” even if it is from a family member, work colleague or your teacher?
    • Think Before You ClickO Malware can forge emails and create sneaky linksO If a friend or family member sends an attachment that you were not expecting, text her/him and ask about the attachment before you click
    • QuestionO Experts say, “When in doubt do not download.” Or, as the Greeks said, “Beware of strangers bearing gifts.” What kinds of files do you download?
    • Stop Before You Download O Stopping before you download is a good first step. Then think, “What should I think about at that moment?” O Make sure the most current version of your browser is installed on your computer O Make sure automatic updates are set O Use https O Check that your computer is protected O Check the reputation of a store or any other source before downloading
    • QuestionO What does it mean when experts say a computer is “clean”?
    • AnswerO Making certain our files are not corrupted and our computer is not infected with contaminated software
    • Tips and Advice Provided by StaySafeOnline.org
    • Internet Use Agreement Orcutt Union School District Internet Use Agreement