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Information Security Tips

Monthly information security newsletter

VITA partners with the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center to provide a monthly newsletter focusing on raising information security awareness.

The newsletter provides security awareness information for everyone to use both at work and at home to protect our information.

View the current issues

June 2022 - Cyber-Safe Travel
April 2022 - Cyber Clean for Spring
March 2022 - Don’t Bust Your Bracket: Online Gambling Safety
February 2022 - Fraud Alert! Beware of Common Tax Scams
January 2022 - New Year, New Privacy Settings
December 2021 - Beware of Uninvited Holiday Guests (On your Network)
November 2021 - Stress Less This Holiday Season With These 10 Shopping Tips
October 2021 - Commit to being cyber aware
September 2021 - Hack the human: End-user training and tips to combat social engineering
August 2021 - Cybersecurity for families: Cyberbullying and information sharing
July 2021 - 2021 Cyber Hot Topics – Ransomware
June 2021 - How to protect seniors against cybercrimes and scams
May 2021 - Compromised Email Account? Here’s What To Do.
April 2021 - Seasonal Scams Ensue, Protect Your W-2!
March 2021 - 2021 Cybersecurity spring cleaning checklist
February 2021 - COVID-19 scams to be on the lookout for in the coming months
January 2021 - Securing new devices and Data Privacy Day
December 2020 - 10 Cybersecurity shopping tips for the holiday season
November 2020 - What you need to know about ransomware
October 2020 - Securing your remote office
September 2020 - Malware, malicious domains and more: How cybercriminals attack SLTT organizations
August 2020 - Working remotely: How to be safe, secure and successful
July 2020 - Six common scams targeted at seniors
June 2020 - Virtual conferencing platform security tips
May 2020 - Six steps to help protect yourself and your devices
April 2020 - What You Need to Know About COVID-19 Scams
March 2020 - Social media: The pros, cons, and the policy
February 2020 - Cyber threat actors expected to leverage coronavirus outbreak
January 2020 - New year, new you and the same W-2 tax scam