Update and restart your device often to keep it secure
Change your privacy settings on your phone and social media
Use Social Media as a professional. This could be by having a personal private account and a public professional account or just by being respectful to others when interacting online.
Be critical of news and information and check sources.
Defend yourself - use strong and independent passwords, secure devices and question every email, text, call and download for scams
Look out for signs of radicalisation and online grooming and report anything harmful
Educate yourself. Keep up to date on changes to laws, policies and news
Speak up! Talk to a professionals to get advice and help
KEEPING SAFE ONLINE: GENERAL
Phishing is a scam often used to steal your data, including login credentials and bank details. It occurs when an attacker pretends to be someone you trust and tricks you into opening an email, instant message, or text message.
You can take this quiz below to spot when you’re being phished.
Can you tell what's fake?
Watch the Slides below to help you understand the difference between a WEAK and a STRONG password