Public Notice: Social media and cyber security safety tips for personnel and families
Internet-based social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter have created a revolution in social connectivity. However, they also have the ability to expose personal and private information, leaving users vulnerable to a number of potential threats including scams, identity theft, and social targeting from individuals or groups intending to do harm.
Protect you and your family - keep your personal information safe from those who could use it to target you for their own purposes. Review the FBI's Parent's Guide to Internet Safety and their Social Media Smart Cards for properly configuring your account privacy and security settings on some of the more popular social networking sites.
For additional online safety tips for your and your family, please visit the Department of Homeland Security's new internet safety portal at www.OnGuardOnline.gov.
eMarine for Volunteers: We are excited to announce that eMarine for Volunteers is live and ready for you! Below is the link for eMarine for Volunteers, this is an open webpage that you do not need a login or password to access. It will feature points of contact for each installation for volunteer coordinators, a volunteer spotlight, plus installation shout outs! This site will be updated every two weeks so check back to see if you're our volunteer spotlight.
• eMarine for Volunteers
Eagle Eyes on Security:
If you see something suspicious on base, report it at www.USMCEagleEyes.org or call (910) 449-6598. A single observation could prevent a criminal or terrorist attack.