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Google Official Blog : Next steps in cyber security awareness
Google Official Blog : Next steps in cyber security awareness

Next steps in cyber security awareness

November 2, 2009


2009 年 11 月 2 日

(Cross-posted from the Public Policy blog)

Last week I joined several industry experts to speak at a cyber security panel on Capitol Hill organized by Congresswoman Yvette Clarke and sponsored by the Committee on Homeland Security. The conversation focused on things everyday Internet users can do to help protect their computers and stay safe online. Given that we just wrapped up our observation of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, I thought I’d share some of the key recommendations from the panel:


上周,我和几位行业专家一起在国会女议员 Yvette Clarke 组织的国会山网络安全小组发言,该小组由国土安全委员会赞助。谈话重点关注互联网用户每天可以做的事情,以帮助保护他们的计算机并保持在线安全。鉴于我们刚刚结束了对国家网络安全意识月的观察,我想我将分享该小组的一些主要建议:

What are the most important things we all need to do to protect our computers and mobile devices?

You should have the same expectations when using the Internet as you would when exploring a city: you don’t give your credit card to the person selling watches on the street just because you recognize the brand, you don’t let your kids wander around by themselves and you don’t give personal information unless you know who’s getting it. If an offer is “urgent” or seems too good to be true, take a step back and research the offer. Add a password to your mobile phone, and browse cautiously on open WiFi networks as you would when using a computer.


在使用互联网时,您应该像在探索城市时一样期望:您不会将信用卡提供给在街上销售手表的人,因为您认得这个品牌;您不会让您的孩子四处游荡;您不会向别人提供自己的个人信息,除非您知道谁得到了它。如果请求是 “ 紧急 ” 或看起来好得令人难以置信,请退后一步研究请求。为手机添加密码,并在免费开放的 WiFi 网络上小心浏览,就像使用计算机一样。

What are the most common misconceptions about cyber security?

Many dangerous websites are not designed to be dangerous. In fact, most of the sites that serve malware (malicious software) are innocent sites that have been compromised in one way or another. Your computer isn’t necessarily safe just because you’re avoiding sites that contain adult content or pirated software. Use reputable anti-virus and anti-spyware programs, and keep your computer operating system and applications updated with the latest software versions.


许多危险的网站并不是危险的。事实上,大多数运行着恶意软件( malware = malicious software )的网站都是以某种方式受到攻击的无辜网站。您的计算机不一定安全,因为您要避免访问包含成人内容或盗版软件的网站。使用信誉良好的防病毒和反间谍软件程序,并确保您的计算机操作系统和应用程序更新到了最新的软件版本。

How do I know if my computer or network has been compromised?

First, disconnect it from the Internet. Take note of any slowness, and if you’re not sure how to proceed, get someone with technical expertise to check your network logs for high traffic appearing during times when you’re not using the computer. When in doubt, contact a computer support expert.


首先,断开它与 Internet 的连接。注意任何缓慢,如果您不确定如何继续,请让具有专业技术知识的人检查您的网络日志,查看在您不使用计算机时出现的高流量。如有疑问,请联系计算机支持专家。

As President Obama recently stated, cyber security is a shared responsibility. At Google, we recognize how important awareness and education are because many online security threats can only be avoided if we work together.


We spent the month of October exploring cyber security and talking about how to use Google products in a more secure manner. If you haven’t seen them already, take a look at the posts we’ve released over the last month:

我们花了整个 10 月份来探索网络安全,并讨论如何以更安全的方式使用 Google 产品。如果您还没有看过它们,请查看我们上个月发布的帖子:

Be sure to share the tips you find most helpful with others, and remember to stay safe online.

  • 浏览 YouTube 的网络安全意识频道
  • 选择聪明的密码
  • 网站恶意软件审核流程的工作原理
  • 博客安全提示
  • 网站管理员的新恶意软件代码段功能
  • 保护用户和广告免受恶意软件侵害
  • 验证和清除受恶意软件感染的网站的最佳做法
  • Gmail 帐户安全提示
  • 在线商务安全
  • 更新您的 Web 浏览器
  • 使用 Google Docs 来共享文档
  • Web 浏览器安全性和 Google Chrome 浏览器安全性消息


Posted by Eric Davis, Head of Anti-Malvertising




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