Public Safety Canada publishes products aimed at helping citizens learn how to stay safe online. Our publications can be downloaded and printed from this page.
Digital Citizenship: Guide for Parents
The guide is divided into three sections that each deal with a different aspect of digital citizenship, to teach your kids to Respect People's Feelings, to Respect Privacy and to Respect Property online.
Free Wi-Fi is great. If you can access it safely. Use these five tips to keep your devices and data safe!
Think Before You Share Tips from Facebook and MediaSmarts
This guide provides teens with the tools they need to share safely, wisely and ethically.
Get Cyber Safe Guide for Small and Medium Businesses
This guide is designed to help Canadians who own or manage a small or medium business understand the cyber security risks they face, and provide them with practical advice on how to better protect their business and employees from cyber crime.
Get Cyber Safe Tips for Small and Medium Businesses
Tips to help you improve your business's cyber security plan, so you can stay safe from hacking and data theft, among other things.
Get Cyber Safe Toolkit
This toolkit is here to help you promote cyber safety through your own channels and activities, both in person and online.
Protect While You Connect — How to Stay Safe Online
A brochure summarizing the three steps you need to take to stay safe online: Know the Risks, Protect Yourself, Protect Your Devices.
Protect While You Connect — Poster
A poster promoting the Getcybersafe.gc.ca website and the three steps to stay safe online: Know the Risks, Protect Yourself, Protect Your Devices (11" x 17").
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