Free Security Awareness Training for Citizens


Genesee County Information Technology and the County Board of Commissioners, in partnership with Wizer, are pleased to provide computer free  security awareness training to our citizens.

With today’s threat landscape, understanding how to use technology safely should be a top priority for everyone. This training is available for both kids and adults covering many topics in short 1 to 2-minute videos. Use these videos as a framework for family discussions on the appropriate use of technology and how to let someone know if something may not be appropriate. Please enjoy the video training and check back frequently as new content will be added over time.


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Cyber Security Tips


Smart Home Guide-3

Keep Smart Devices on a Separate WiFi Network

Setup a Wifi network just for your Smart Devices, so in case your TV was hacked they can’t connect to your computer.

Avoid Buying From Sites You Don’t Know 

Purchasing from known sites reduces the risk of being scammed.
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Senior Guide-1

Billy, Is That You? 

If your grandchild or any other family member calls and asks you to wire money immediately because they are in trouble, it’s probably a scam!

Do Not Sign Up for Free Premium Accounts, Game Tokens, Skins, or Weapons 

This is phishing! Hackers will capture your password, steal the account, or your identity.

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No Better Time to Enable Two-Factor Authentication 

This adds another layer of protection in case your password is stolen.


Family Tech Agreement

Put everything you've learned together and set the expectations for you and your children to navigate a safer digital life with our free Family Technology Agreement.

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