Jumbo 2020 Cybersecurity Bingo

Welcome to Tufts Jumbo 2020 Cybersecurity Bingo!

The purpose of this contest is to increase knowledge and understanding of how to #BeCyberSmart and Do Your Part to stay safe online.

Contest Dates: October 5 - October 31, 2020

How to play:

  1. Click on the image of the Bingo card on the left to go to Box and Download or save a copy of the Jumbo Cybersecurity Bingo card. (You can mark your progress on a hard copy of the card or click on the boxes to mark an "X" and save locally. Full instructions are on the card.)
  2. Select the tiles/cards below to find articles, videos, and tips that will help you complete each square of the Bingo card!
  3. Complete 5 in a line - in a row, column, or diagonal - to enter the contest drawing for a $25 gift card or coverall 25 boxes to be entered in the contest drawing for a $50 gift card.
  4. Special Hint: Phishing Hooks and Phacts counts in every Bingo line. Complete it once and it will count 5 times for the Coverall!
  5. Submit your entry by 11:59 p.m. October 31 using the online form (in Qualtrics).
  6. Have fun and Do Your Part by learning to #BeCyberSmart!

    Contest Rules: 

    • Open to all Tufts Faculty, Staff, and Students
    • One entry per person (5 in a line or Coverall)
    • Must have either 5 in a line - in a row, column or diagonal - (BINGO) or Coverall to enter a contest to WIN a gift card!
    • Must complete and submit entry using form (in Qualtrics) by 11:59 p.m. on October 31 to enter.
    • If for any reason the Board or any part of the contest isn't accessible to you, please contact the TTS 24/7 Service desk by emailing it@tufts.edu or calling 617.627.3376.


    • 5 in a line - in a row, column, or diagonal - a Jumbo Bingo - Entered into a drawing for a $25 gift card (2 per campus; total of 8 winners)
    • Coverall - Entered into a drawing for $50 gift card for up to 4 winners.

    Come Back and Learn More at Anytime!

    All the information posted here will continue to be available when the contest ends. We hope you will come back, explore more topics, and share with others!

    Phishing Hooks & Phacts (SQUARE #1, 9, 12, 20, & 23)
    Learn some phishing phacts and how not to get hooked.
    Passwords - Your Key to Privacy (SQUARE #2)
    Ready to protect your privacy? Ready to make your Passwords stronger?
    Tips for Remote Work and Learning (SQUARE #3)
    Tips and resources for you to make your remote work and learning easier and more secure.
    Laptops, USBs and (&%739(+Z? (SQUARE #4)
    Learn about protecting your laptop and encryption.
    Your Phone - Your Privacy (SQUARE #5)
    Set up your smart phone to protect your privacy.
    Back up your Data - It's as Easy as 3:2:1 (SQUARE #6)
    Take these steps to protect your personal documents, photos and videos.
    Beware of Ransomware (SQUARE #7)
    Tips to keep your documents, photos and videos out of quarantine!
    DUO Asks - Is It Really You? (SQUARE #8)
    Be sure you triggered the Duo alert before accepting.
    Using Email Securely (SQUARE #10)
    Learn about how to send and receive encrypted/secure email messages.
    Got Sensitive Information? (SQUARE #11)
    Learn how to safely work with sensitive information at Tufts and at Home.
    Tufts Phishing and Vishing Bowls (SQUARE #13)
    Real Life Examples of Phishing and Vishing Attempts at Tufts
    Hire Your Own Password Manager (SQUARE #14)
    Learn about Password Managers and how to set them up.
    Look Under the Hood - Antivirus Scans (SQUARE #15)
    Learn how to obtain and use antivirus apps.
    Keep Your Computer Running At Its Best (SQUARE #16)
    Updating and protecting your computer.
    Vishing - You have a Say (SQUARE #17)
    What is vishing and what to do about it.
    Using WiFi Securely Everywhere (SQUARE #18)
    Tips for using WiFi Securely Everywhere.
    Apps On Your Phone? (SQUARE #19)
    Learn why and how to update your phone's apps.
    You and Your Smart Home (IoT) (SQUARE #21)
    Learn how to protect information shared on the internet (iRobot, Echo Dot, etc)
    It's Time to Hack Yourself (SQUARE#22)
    What can you do to protect yourself online?
    Your Online Self - Social Media Privacy (SQUARE #24)
    Being careful about what you share online.
    Add 2FA to a Personal Account (SQUARE- #25)
    Learn the basics of 2FA and how to add to your personal accounts.
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