Think Smart, Stay Safe
A Guide to Internet Safety & Security
The Internet can be fun and informative, but also dangerous and unsafe. Use these tips to think smart and stay safe online:
Use a strong password.
We trust websites with a great deal of personal information, including addresses, phone numbers, and credit card numbers. Protect your data and yourself by securing these accounts with strong passwords.
A strong password contains:
- At least 8 characters
- Letters, numbers, and symbols
- No personal information (i.e. your last name)
Secure Your Computer.
Downloading any one of these programs will help keep you safe and secure online:
Review the resources below to stay smart and supply yourself with the knowledge to make good decisions online.
Safe Web Surfing: Top Tips for Kids and Teens Online
Blocking Bad: A Flare for Internet Security | Harvard Business School by Harvard University
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Need Internet Security Help at Seton Hall?
Contact the Seton Hall Service Desk, where a certified representative can answer any and all questions about technology, the internet, or internet security.