Knowledge Can Help You Stay Safe Online

By | October 21, 2016
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Knowledge Can Keep You Safe Online

Malware, Rasomware, Identity Theft and You

Believe us when we say, we subscribe to a few tech newsletters. And it irks us no end when a newsletter constantly tries to scare its readers with one scary article after another. We don’t want to scare you, we just want to inform you. If you’re a well-informed computer user, you’re going to be a whole lot safer than someone who subscribes to those “Scare of the Day” newsletters. One in particular is deep-end nutty 🙂 But we won’t mention the name. Just being nice, I tells you.

We found this InfoGraphic at . This is really great educational site. It was created by and is maintained by the Cyber Security Alliance.

Digressing… here is a very Informative InfoGraphic from Stay Safe Online… we think you’ll find it informative.


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2 thoughts on “Knowledge Can Help You Stay Safe Online

  1. Muriel Schlecht

    I was on several techie mailing lists. Some of them for years. They used to be very good, but most have gone the way of so many “used-to-be” good publications, programs, or whatever. Anyway, I unsubscribed from ALL of them a few years ago because I lost trust and got tires of the sensationalism…..except, of course, InfoAve,. Yours is the only one, that I’m aware of. that has kept up with the ever-changing state of affairs and remained level headed and honest in your assessments. warnings, and opinions.
    I have just signed up for both of the newsletters offered at I’m anxious to read what they say in the newsletter for parents. Maybe I can successfully share some worthwhile info with my grandkids.

  2. Jean

    Thank you for information Muriel. I am going to keep this site that you posted on my computer. Thank you for posting this. Have a great day.



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