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Information Security Awareness: Resources

Here are some resources that you may find useful.


  • How to Realise Social Engineering (PDF)
    Social Engineering is also known as the art of manipulation and it preys on the qualities of human nature such as the desire to be helpful, the tendency to trust people and the fear of getting in trouble. Read on to find out more about this special hacking tool…
  • Secure Your Mobile Device (PDF)
    Your smartphone keeps you connected to the world and your friends, serves as an entertainment centre and mini-computer and best of all fits in your back pocket! As these devices become more high-tech, we store more work and personal information on them. All that information can be easily lost, stolen or hacked. Check out the article and see how you can protect your smartphone.
  • How to Spot a Phishing Scam (PDF)
    At first glance, it isn’t always obvious to recipients that an email is not legitimate. Looks can be deceiving and with phishing scams, the email is never from who it appears to be!




  • How to do Regular Backups (PDF)
    When a hard drive fails, if the data isn't backed up, it's gone! Backup your memories, your financial information and keep your information safe!



  • Stay Safe Online:
    Strives to empower persons to use the internet safely and securely whether at home, work or school.
  • GetNetWise:
    A public service brought to you by Internet industry corporations and public interest organisations to help ensure that internet users have educational, entertaining and safe online experiences.



Passwords Do's and Don'ts (PDF)