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100 1  McDonough, Bart,|eauthor. 
245 10 Cyber smart :|bfive habits to protect your family, money, 
       and identity from cyber criminals /|cBart R. McDonough. 
264  1 Indianapolis, Indiana :|bJohn Wiley & Sons, Inc.,|c[2019] 
264  4 |c©2019 
300    xxxi, 267 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 00 |tSetting the stage --|tOverview of cyber risks --
       |tAttackers --|tAttack targets and goals --|tAttack 
       methods --|tAttack chain --|tAttack vectors --|tBrilliance
       in the basics --|tMistakes --|tIncident response --
       |tSpecific recommendations --|tProtecting your identity --
       |tProtecting your children --|tProtecting your money --
       |tProtecting your email --|tProtecting your files --
       |tProtecting your social media --|tProtecting your website
       access and passwords --|tProtecting your computer --
       |tProtecting your mobile devices --|tProtecting your home 
       wi-fi --|tProtecting your IoT devices --|tProtecting your 
       information when traveling. 
520    "In Cyber Smart, author Bart McDonough uses his extensive 
       cybersecurity experience speaking at conferences for the 
       FBI, major financial institutions, and other clients to 
       answer the most common question he hears: "How can I 
       protect myself at home, on a personal level, away from the
       office?" McDonough knows cybersecurity and online privacy 
       are daunting to the average person so Cyber Smart 
       simplifies online good hygiene with five simple 
       "Brilliance in the Basics" habits anyone can learn. With 
       those habits and his careful debunking of common 
       cybersecurity myths you'll be able to protect yourself and
       your family from: identity theft, compromising your 
       children, lost money, and lost access to email and social 
       media accounts." 
650  0 Computer security. 
650  0 Computer networks|xSecurity measures. 
650  0 Computers|xAccess control|xPasswords. 
650  0 Electronic mail systems|xSecurity measures. 
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 Nichols Adult Nonfiction  005.8 MCD 2019    AVAILABLE