Digital Technology Resources
Also, see the Library's Computer Classes webpage for information on instructor-led classes for adults
Internet safety & security tutorials
Internet Safety @ gcflearnfree.org
Learn strategies and skills needed to protect yourself, your computer and your privacy on the Internet.
Internet Safety for Kids
Hear about the threats your kids may encounter online and how you can protect them and teach them how to be safe and responsible.
Internet safety & security
Stay Safe Online - www.staysafeonline.org
Information for all members of the community on using the Internet safely and securely at home, work and school. Provided by the National Cyber Security Alliance.
Protect Myself from Cyber Attacks - www.dhs.gov/how-do-i/protect-myself-cyber-attacks
Learn steps you can take and tips to help protect yourself from cyberattacks. Provided by the Department of Homeland Security.
OnGuardOnline.gov - www.onguardonline.gov
Information or all members of the community on how to avoid scams, protect kids online and secure your computer, as well as tips for using public Wi-Fi networks and mobile apps. Provided by the Federal Trade Commission.
Security publications for US-CERT - www.us-cert.gov/security-publications
Documents for beginners to more experienced users ranging from setting up your computer to understanding emerging threats. Provided by United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team.
Cyber Security Tips - www.dhses.ny.gov/ocs/awareness-training-events/news
The NYS Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services provides a monthly newsletter to increase public awareness of cyber safety and security.
FTC Consumer Information - http://www.consumer.ftc.gov
The FTC works to prevent fraudulent, deceptive and unfair business practices in the marketplace, including those involving computers, the internet and online privacy. The site also contains information on how to file a complaint online.
Internet Crime Complaint Center - www.ic3.gov
Partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) to receive Internet related criminal complaints and refer to the appropriate law enforcement agency for investigation as appropriate.