Create strong passwords and keep them to yourself.
Don't share personal information online with strangers.
Think before you download, click on links, or open attachments. Some files may be dangerous.
On social media, set your profile to private and only add friends you know.
Never meet in person someone you just met online.
A digital footprint is the data trail you leave behind whenever you do something online.
This can include your online profile, what you post, and even the websites you've visited.
Build a positive image of yourself and treat others the way that you would want to be treated. Think about how information you post could affect your reputation and your future. Colleges and employers may conduct social media screenings.
Digital literacy is knowing what technology is available and how to use it the right way-searching effectively, protecting private info, respecting each other's opinions, evaluating the validity and credibility of media, and giving credit for other people's work.
Protect your relationships, reputation, and privacy.