Cyber Security Awareness Month

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month in Canada

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How Cyber Safe Are You In The Digital Age?

Canadians are the most frequent Internet users in the world, conducting a wide variety of activities online every day. This animated infographic includes related statistics, as well as important tips for protecting yourself and your devices.

Promote Device Security

5 Ways to Run a #CyberSafeBusiness.

Helping your child stay safe online

This video offers advice and provides steps that Canadian parents can take to protect children online.

Stop Hating Online: #WordsHurt

You send. She reacts. See how your words affect others.

Stop Hating Online: #WordsHurt Postive Experience

An example of a positive #WordsHurt experience.

Stop Hating Online: #WordsHurt Negative Experience

An example of a negative #WordsHurt experience.

#CyberTalk - Parenting in the Digital Age

In September 2014, GetCyberSafe aired its first-ever #CyberTalk. #CyberTalk was a live, online Q&A where Canadian parents could ask questions to leading specialists on cyber security, online safety, and parenting.

#CyberTalk - Parenting in the Digital Age

A real-time Q&A about raising cyber safe and savvy kids.

Easy Ways to Stay Safe on Public Wi-Fi

A short video that demonstrates the easy steps Canadians can take to protect themselves when using public Wi-Fi networks.

Stop Hating Online: "Consequences" TV Ad

In some cases, sharing intimate photos online could be illegal.

Stop Hating Online: "Pass It On" TV Ad

Let your kids know - in some cases - what they do with their phones could be more than just wrong - it could be illegal.

Easy Ways to Stay Safe on Your Mobile

This video explains how to use your mobile device safely with tips about strong passcodes, security settings and more.

Easy Ways to Stay Safe on Social Networks

This video offers tips to safely enjoy social networking while protecting your personal information and reputation online.

Protecting Reputations Online

In the past, doing something embarrassing wasn't a big deal. It happened, and then people moved on. But now that things can be shared on the Web immediately, those embarrassing moments can last forever and impact your reputation and those of your friends.

Secure Websites

Whether it's buying shoes, managing bank accounts or just connecting with friends, most of us depend on websites.Unfortunately, it's easy be fooled by fake websites that are designed to give your money or private information to criminals.

Secure Passwords

Passwords are an essential part of life online - and if we're not careful about keeping them secret, they can cause big problems. By understanding the risks and making passwords stronger, we can feel a little more secure.

Phishing Scams

Phishing scams are a growing threat on the Internet. By being aware of the scam, — you can feel confident in working with companies online.

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