Stay Safe from Cyber Crime: Free Online Course

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Given the climate of our global cyber world and the many breaches of identity theft, Liberty Bank, Charter Oak State College, and Jeff Lanza have teamed up to provide practical tips for protecting your identifying and personal information online and offline, along with tips that define and prevent cyber fraud in general. Each video in this 5-part identity theft and cyber security video presentation concludes with personal assessment questions. In less than an hour, you can complete this series and receive a certificate of completion.

Also, provided are informative hand-outs (.PDF files) with helpful contact information for taking the steps to protect your identity and avoid cyber-crime.

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