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The @GirlScouts Cyber Awareness Challenge will: ✅Encourage girls to learn about cybersecurity ✅Challenge girls t… https://t.co/hrAd0JDiW9
FALSE. Do not click on any links that you are not expecting to receive & do not automatically trust emails, as cybe… https://t.co/YRHEpGK071
Question 3: One of the best ways to check an email for spam is by clicking on the link and reviewing it yourself.
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FALSE. Hackers rely on using trusted email addresses to spread spam and viruses. Phishing and spearphishing deliver… https://t.co/SDgNjIHBA0
Question 2: If an email comes from someone you know, you can trust it.
TRUE. You can report a ransomware threat to @CISAgov and federal law enforcement. Visit https://t.co/Lip0FXghPj f… https://t.co/s1wT3MzHR9
Question 1: You can report a ransomware attack online.
Day 2: Cybersecurity is everyone's responsibility. Do you have the tools you need to keep yourself, your family, an… https://t.co/wlECZhgJNZ