Security Awareness Posters
Help build a strong security-minded culture within your organization.
These posters are FREE to download, print, and display throughout your office. Print on 11”x17” paper.
Can You Spot a Phishing Email?
There are a number of key issues to search for in an email to help identify if it is malicious. This poster will help your employees learn how to spot them.
Email Phishing Awareness
If an email seems too good to be true or it requires you to enter sensitive information... it’s likely a scam. If this happens, contact your IT Department immediately.
Protect Your Organization From Foreign Hackers
Don’t let bad actors from Russia—or any other country—take advantage of you. Most cyber attacks start when an end user accidentally lets the bad guys into the system. Share these simple rules with your team to protect data at work and at home.
How You Can Help Stop Ransomware
Stopping ransomware starts at the front line of every employee’s computer. This poster will help you and your employees keep your organization safe.
Facility Security Awareness
If you see an unfamiliar face wandering through our office without proper identification, offer to assist them to their destination. If they refuse or walk away from you, report them to your supervisor.
Pretexting Phone Call Awareness
If you receive a phone call from an unfamiliar person asking you to provide them access to your computer screen or share with them personal or customer data, end the call and report it to the IT Department.
Malicious USB Awareness
If you find or receive a USB drive that isn’t yours, don’t plug it in! Bring it to the IT Department. They will scan it and help locate the rightful owner.
Election Scam Awareness
Voting scams are at an all-time high. If you receive a text message from an unknown number, do not tap on any links. To confirm your voter registration and polling place, visit usa.gov/election-office.
Tips for Safe Holiday Shopping
Falling for scams not only costs you money, but may give hackers access to all of your personal and workplace files. Follow these best practices to make sure that the only place you spend your money is with your favorite retailer.
Holiday Scam Awareness
Amid all the holiday cheer, it’s easy to let your guard down. But cybercriminals are counting on your busy schedule and the online shopping boom to distract you. So slow down, read your notiﬁcations carefully and look for anything that seems out of place before tapping links.