Visit Stay Safe Online from National Cyber Security Alliance for many more resources such as:
Stop. Think. Connect – from the National Cybersecurity Alliance and the US Department of Homeland Security and more specifically Safety Tips for Mobile Devices
The FCC offers a Smart Device Protection Toolkit.
Stay informed by following the FTC Scam Alerts. The FTC also provides tips on how to keep your personal information secure.
If you ever feel you have fallen victim to a phishing attempt and provided personally identifiable information (PII), here are some suggestions:
Immediately change your password on that account (and any other account that uses the same password)
Stay Safe on Public Wi-Fi Networks (2013 PSA video)
Read the State Department’s report “Traveling with Mobile Devices: Trends and Best Practices” or the FBI brochure Safety and Security for the Business Professional Traveling Abroad.
Syracuse University’s Engineering and Computer Science department has a Traveler’s Guide to Security page and infographic created by Syracuse University’s Master of Science in Cybersecurity program.