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Cybersecurity Awareness: Top Ten Tips to Keep You and Your Operation Safe

Protecting your personal information is a priority at Farm Credit Services of America. This includes sharing tips and educational resources that will keep all of us safer online.

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Keep your operating systems up to date.

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Use an antivirus program.

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Do not give out personal information over the phone or in e-mail.


Use a strong and unique password for each account.

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Be suspicious of unknown links sent through e-mail or text message.

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Verify authenticity of requests from companies or individuals by contacting them directly.


Back up your data using external hard drives/flash drives or a cloud service.

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Be careful when connecting to public WiFi on mobile devices.

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Don’t open or download unknown attachments in e-mail.

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Be careful about what information you share online and via social networks.


The Business of Agriculture

Five Common Mistakes in Grain Marketing

Edward Usset identifies common mistakes in marketing, like reluctance towards pre-harvest marketing and holding grain in storage too long.

The Business of Agriculture

Improving Your Crop Price Risk Management Skills

Steve Johnson highlighted 10 steps to effectively manage crop price risk in your operation.

The Business of Agriculture

Calculating Your Cost of Production Takes the Uncertainty Out of Your Decisions

E-learning program focuses on the "why" behind using cost of production numbers and the application to different business decisions.

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