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Digital Privacy


Read the Privacy Policy for your current email provider.

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Protecting Yourself From Phishing

  • Don't email or text personal or financial information.
  • Only provide personal or financial information through an organization's website after you have verified correct HTTPS address.
  • Review credit card and bank statements to check for unauthorized charges.
  • Be cautious about opening attachments and downloading files from emails, regardless of who sent them.
  • When in doubt contact the business, person, organization that contacted you.
  • Do NOT use the contact information in the message. Instead locate known contact information (for example, phone number on credit card)