Q5 Safe & Secure Vocabulary
AUP (Acceptable Use Policy): AUP is a document that outlines a set of rules to be followed by users on a network or website.
Password: A password is a secret word or phrase that is used to identify a user in order to gain admission to an account, also sometimes called a passcode.
SSO (Single Sign-on): SSO refers to something that is frequently used by school districts that lets a student log in only once to access different resources provided by the district and helps protect users and their accounts.
Two-factor Authentication (2FA): 2FA refers to the use of two factors to access your account online. It could be your password AND a special code and will make sure that the person logging into your account is really you.
Username: The username is a name that uniquely identifies someone on a computer system.
Competencies & Standards
Websites and Documents
- 6 Things a Safe Username Should Always Do (Dashlane)
- 8 Do's and Don'ts Of Good Passwords
- 10 Tips for Teens on Strong Passwords
- AUP Examples
- Cell Phone Safety
- How to Create the Perfect Screen/Username
- WikiHow to Create a Unique Username
Videos from Outside Sources
- Broken Friendship YouTube (1:50 mins)
- How to Create a Strong Password YouTube (3:30 mins)
- Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) YouTube (2:35 mins)
21t4s Documents & Quizzes