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Anti-Phishing Phil

Anti-Phishing Phil is an interactive game that teaches users how to identify phishing URLs, where to look for clues in web browsers, and how to use search engines to find legitimate sites.

More information:http://www.cmu.edu/iso/aware/phil/index.html

Anti-Phishing Phyllis

Help Phyllis teach her school of fish how to avoid phishing traps in fraudulent emails.  This interactive game will teach you how to verify the information presented to you rather than trust easily forged email features such as logos or URLs to decide if a message is fraudulent or not. 

To access Anti-Phishing Phyllis, please visit http://www.cmu.edu/iso/aware/phyllis/index.html

Carnegie Cyber Academy

The Carnegie Cyber Academy is the Internet home of the Carnegie Cadets. On this very special site, children and teens can play some excellent mini games, read stories about the Carnegie Cadets. As they get all the nail-biting, breathtaking details about the heroes and villains of cyberspace, they'll look forward to meeting up with the characters in The MySecureCyberspace Game, a free download from the site. You and your kids are invited to join the cadets at the Carnegie Cyber Academy.

More information:http://www.carnegiecyberacademy.com/

Carnegie Mellon CyLab Events and Seminars

CyLab offers valuable seminars on security and privacy during the month of October which are open to faculty, students, staff and the general public. All seminars start at noon ET and are held in the CIC building.

For information on the seminars and how to register, visit CyLab Events and Seminars at http://www.cylab.cmu.edu/news_events/events/index.html

Identity Finder

Right now, social security numbers, credit cards, bank accounts, passwords, and other highly sensitive personal information are sitting idly on your computer leaving you and your family exposed to identity theft. You may not be able to find all the places it's hidden, but hackers and thieves know where to look.They have developed viruses, spyware, back doors and other malicious code to steal this information.

Anti-virus, anti-spyware, and anti-spam don't offer in-depth searching to protect you and your family. Identity Finder goes deep, searching the computer to locate and secure potentially dangerous data - even when you don't know it exists.

More information:http://www.cmu.edu/computing/security/idfinder/index.html

MySecureCyberspace

MySecureCyberspace is the network security portal designed just for you, so you can protect yourself and your computer. Whether you are new to computers or a technological expert, MySecureCyberspace has something for you.  If you are a beginner, the articles can walk you through the simple steps you can take to secure your computer. And if your knowledge of network security is more advanced, we provide articles that explore trends in security issues and defenses.

More information: https://www.mysecurecyberspace.com/

FCC Smartphone Security Checker

Follow the Federal Communications Commission's 10 customized steps to secure your mobile device against mobile security threats.  http://www.fcc.gov/smartphone-security