Cybersecurity Awareness

CA062022_137 Safe Emails

Everyone  relies on email without a second thought. This is why it has become it is such a commonplace method for people to send you unwanted messages that are at best annoying, and at worst harmful. DON’T CLICK ON LINKS IN EMAILS, TEXTS OR POSTS THAT YOU’RE NOT EXPECTING, AND DON’T OPEN UNEXPECTED EMAIL ATTACHMENTS.  Visit to learn more about #safeemail and security incidents.  

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CA062022_136 Copy Cat Websites


Copycat websites are those which offer services from government departments or local government, but are not the official site and charge an often substantial premium for those services, often with no tangible benefit to the customer. Learn how to be safe here:

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CA062022_135 Misinformation

We get them all the time. News, articles or videos shared with misinformation. Essentially, misinformation is incorrect information, in the form of a A social media post or direct message. A text or email. A web page or entire website. A document or file which is shared by any means. Fact check before you share!  To find out how to not spread misinformation visit:

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CA062022_134 Oversharing


Think twice about posts and photos you’re sharing.  This includes driving licences, passports, some letters and other documents that contain sensitive information that you need to prove your ID.  Click here for more guidance:

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CA062022_133 Safe Banking

File bank statements, letters, finance agreements and other confidential documents securely, and make sure you shred ones you don’t need any longer. Learn more here:

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