Cyber Security is our Shared Responsibility

Snohomish County Cyber Security Month - October 2018

Data Privacy Day - January 28, 2019


Did you know that January 28 is Data Privacy Day?  Watch this Data Privacy Day Video​ to learn why privacy is important to organizations of all sizes.

Also, on January 28th watch "A New Era in Privacy"​ live from LinkedIn, San Francisco. 

Data Privacy Day (DPD) is an effort to empower people to protect their privacy, control their digital footprint and escalate the protection of privacy and data as everyone’s priority.  Held annually on January 28th, Data Privacy Day aims to increase awareness of privacy and data protection issues among consumers, organizations, and government officials. DPD helps industry, academia, and advocates to highlight consumer privacy efforts.​

Data Privacy Day began in the United States and Canada in January 2008 as an extension of the Data Protection Day celebration in Europe. Data Protection Day commemorates the January 28, 1981, signing of Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection. Data Privacy Day is now a celebration for everyone, observed annually on Jan. 28. Read More

Data Privacy Day is led by the National Cyber Security Alliance, a non-profit, public private partnership focused on cyber security education for all online citizens.

Check your computer for known viruses, spyware, and discover if your computer is vulnerable to cyber-attacks.

One-stop shop for easy instructions to update your privacy settings wherever and however you go online.

Information regarding cyberbullying, child identity theft, Facebook for parents, social networking, etc.

Prepared educational materials for the classroom, K-12th grades.

Informational resources for businesses regarding bring your own device, information security, document destruction, compliance, data breach, and risk management.

Tips for protecting your privacy while you are on the go.

Resources on how to protect your identity and how to recover from identity theft.

  1. Keep Your Information and Passwords Private
    Keep Your Information and Passwords Private
    Choose Strong Passwords
    Choose Strong Passwords
    Unknown Source? Don't Open!
    Unknown Source? Don't Open!

  1. Be Careful About What You Post Online
    Be Careful About What You Post Online
    Protect All Your Devices with AntiVirus
    Protect All of Your Devices With AntiVirus
    Avoid Phishing and Scams
    Avoid Phishing and Scams

  1. Check Your Privacy Settings
     Check Your Privacy Settings
    Remember to Log Off
    Remember to Log Off
    Keep Kids Safe Online
     Keep Kids Safe Online

  1. Shop Safely on Trusted Websites
    Shop Safely on Trusted Websites
    Check for Secured Website
    Check For Secured Website
    Respect Yourself and Others Online
    Respect Yourself and Others Online

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