MCU Cybercrime Prevention Flyers

Cyber Crime Prevention Flyers provide recommendations to strengthen your cyber security posture and prevent computer crime before it occurs.

Operations Security (OPSEC) - What does it mean for day to day life?

Tax Season Cyber Fraud - Cybercriminals committing tax scams are more active during tax season

Juice Jacking - Public charging stations are a target for cybercriminals to collect information or install malware to further criminal activity.

Bluetooth Tracking Devices - Criminals have found nefarious means for these devices

Smishing: Short Message Service Phishing - Phishing via Short Message Service (SMS), aka texting

Social Networking Safety Tips - How to stay safe while using social media

Adult Cyberbullying - Cyberbullying, it's not just for kids

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) Poisoning - What is SEO poisoning and how to avoid being a victim

Tech Support Fraud - Can you identify a tech support scam?

Cyber Terminology 201 - Are you familiar with common cyber terms?- Part 2

Online Misconduct: Awareness and Reporting - Understanding the improper use of technology

Cyber Terminology 101 - Are you familiar with common cyber terms?

QR Code Fraud - Be careful of what you scan

Ransomware - A virtual hostage situation

Government Impersonator Scams - What to do when a "government official" calls and wants your personal information

Protecting Children Online - How to protect your children as they navigate the Internet

Employment Scams - Learn how to identify employment scams

Phishing Scams and Email Spoofing - Email phishing and spoofing caused more than $350 million in victim losses in 2019

Housing Rental Scams - Scammers advertise rentals that do not exist, are no longer available, or are up for sale

Blackmail Scam Resurfaces - Scammers are threatening victims with alleged webcam video footage

Video Conferencing Safety - Cybercriminals can exploit video-teleconferencing

COVID-19 Scams - Beware of fake and fraudulent COVID-19 sites

Romance Scams - Learn what to look for

Corona Virus, Cybercriminals and You - Don't fall victim to scammers during the COVID-19 outbreak

Child Identity Theft - How did my 6-year-old get a credit card?

Social Media Scamming - What’s New? - Card popping, cash out, card flipping and cracking

Telephone Fraud and Scams - Don't fall for telephone scams

Blackmail Emails - How to deal with blackmail email messages

Typosquatting - Be aware of slight variations in website addresses

Internet of Things - How these things can be compromised

Webcam Blackmail - A quick and abusive online attack you can avoid

Virtual Kidnapping Fraud - To avoid becoming a victim, look for these indicators

Do You Know Where Your Personal Fitness Device Is? - Fitness trackers are broadcasting your location

Combating Social Media Impersonation - Are online scammers using your information to perpetrate a crime?

Nonconsensual Pornography - Distribution of sexually explicit images may violate existing Federal laws or the Uniform Code of Military Justice

Cyber Sextortion - Stay safe looking for love online

Protect Your Personal Email Account - Your email could be compromised

Twitter Safety Tips - Configuring Twitter for a more secure social networking experience

LinkedIn Safety Tips Configuring LinkedIn for a more secure social networking experience

Facebook Safety Tips - Configuring Facebook for a more secure social networking experience