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School Board of Levy County. Network & Computer Security Training. Security Overview. Prevents unauthorized access to our network and your computer Helps keep unwanted viruses and malware from entering our system Protects confidential and critical data Protects limited network resources.

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school board of levy county

School Board of Levy County

Network & Computer

Security Training

security overview
Security Overview
  • Prevents unauthorized access to our network and your computer
  • Helps keep unwanted viruses and malware from entering our system
  • Protects confidential and critical data
  • Protects limited network resources
security do s and don ts
Security Do’s and Don’ts
  • Never share your username/password
  • Never let anyone use your computer with you signed on
  • Never write your password on anything and leave near your computer (sticky note )
  • Never leave your computer unattended without locking it
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Security Do’s and Don’ts
  • Change your password on a regular basis
  • Lock your computer when you step away
locking your computer
Locking your Computer
  • Whenever you leave your computer, if only for a moment, lock it by pressing Alt, Ctrl, & Delete. Then press the Enter key.
  • When you return, enter your password to unlock it.
  • This is more secure and easier than logging off and takes only seconds.
  • When you lock your computer all your running programs continue to run. When you unlock it, you can pick up right where you left off.
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Locking your Computer

Press Alt Ctrl Delete – Then press Enter

unlocking your computer
Unlocking your Computer

Type in your password – Then press Enter

password requirements
Password Requirements
  • Must be at least 8 characters in length
  • Must have a combination of upper and lower case letters
  • Must have numbers or symbols
  • Must be changed every 180 days
  • Cannot reuse old passwords
  • 3 incorrect attempts to logon will lock your account for 15 minutes
changing your password
Changing Your Password

Press Atl Ctrl Del – Select change password…

email precautions
Email Precautions
  • Many viruses/malware enter network systems through email. Infected attachments, links to bad sites, and other methods are used. A good rule of thumb is, if you don’t know for sure what it is, don’t open it.
  • Banks and other institutions will never ask you to provide them with account information through email.
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Email Precautions
  • Never respond to an email with critical confidential information such as your bank account numbers, social security number, account passwords, or any information you normally wouldn’t share with anyone. This is a method used to steal someone’s identity.
  • Some of these emails are very professional looking with proper logos and other information that would make you believe it is a legitimate email.
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Email Precautions
  • It is very easy to copy and paste logos and other information into an email to make it look legitimate. Don’t be fooled.
  • If you’re not sure, call your bank and ask.
  • Better to be safe than sorry.
  • Do a Google search using the email subject line. Many scams are already documented and well written about. Is it real, is it fake? Google usually knows!