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Security Newsletter

The information provided in the Periodical Security Tips Newsletters is intended to increase the security awareness of an organization’s end users and to help them behave in a more secure manner within their work environment. While some of the tips may relate to maintaining a home computer, the increased awareness is intended to help improve the organization’s overall cyber security posture. This is especially critical if employees access their work network from their home computer. Organizations have permission and are encouraged to brand and redistribute this newsletter in whole for educational, non-commercial purposes

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    April 2017 – Traditionally, spring cleaning means cracking our windows and dusting, mopping, and vacuuming, but this year consider taking a few minutes to spring clean your digital life.
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    March 2017 -  Day in and day out, employees hear the same things from their IT staff about cybersecurity and safety. Though they may sound like a broken record, there are very important reasons and rationale behind these practices and advice.
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    February 2017 -  Now that W-2’s are arriving, it’s time to consider how to stay safe from tax season scams. Every year, unfortunate taxpayers go to file their returns and are shocked to find that someone else has filed a fraudulent one in their name!
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    December 2016 - In this month’s issue, we’ll focus on another aspect of the holiday season: that new device you get or give during the holidays.

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    November 2016 - The holidays are right around the corner and that means food, fun, parties, and lots of online shopping. Online shopping can be a great solution, allowing you to find the perfect gift and saving time, but it can also end with identity theft, malware, and other cyber unpleasantness.

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    October 2016 - Happy Cyber Security Awareness Month! October is not only National Cyber Security Awareness Month, it is also a time celebrate Halloween.

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    September 2016 - Phones, computers, and appliances all store vital information. Passwords are one of the first steps to protecting that information – digital keys to our online kingdoms.

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    August 2016 - Malicious cyber activity affects students in a variety of ways, ranging from malware and scams to cyber bullying. 

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    July 2016  - The international interest in the Olympic Games, the variety of sports and the seventeen-day schedule makes for a lengthy window of opportunity for criminals to take advantage of.
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    June 2016  - Summer is finally here and for many of us that means it’s time to get away! It’s not surprising that many cyber criminals target travelers. Luckily, with a little care it’s possible to protect yourself and avoid potential problems.
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Contact Information

Jonathan Kajeckas
Information Security GRC Manager
Information Systems
County of Sonoma
2615 Paulin Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.4661956, -122.724846