Cybersecurity Awareness

Cybersecurity awareness is more than simply knowing about cyber threats. It's a series of actions that lead to a higher level of security in your work and personal life.

GTA is pleased to provide the following online resources that can help you enhance your cybersecurity at work and at home.

At the bottom of this page, you'll find other resources, including tip sheets in PDF format.

Stay safe online

Begin with the basics of online safety, then move on to a range of specific topics.

Identity theft, fraud, and cybercrime

Learn what steps you should take if you're a victim of cybercrime.

Key accounts and devices

Your accounts and devices contain important information. These resources and tips will help you to better secure them and keep your data safe.

Managing your privacy

These privacy tips can help you, your family, and friends be privacy savvy and stay safer online.​

Get involved

You can play a powerful role in helping your local community be safer and more secure online. The National Cybersecurity Alliance has a library of free materials, tools, and information that can be used to easily teach online safety at home, work, or in your community. You can commit 10 minutes or years to the cause. To make it easy, the National Cybersecurity Alliance has included a few suggestions to get you started.

Keep your business safe

These resources can be especially useful for small and medium-sized businesses. Understand which business assets others want. Learn how to protect those assets, how to detect when something has gone wrong, how to react quickly to minimize the impact, and how to implement an action plan. Learn what resources are needed to recover after a breach.