Online Safety Resources

Safer Internet Day 2024 6 February

We Take Online Safety Seriously

All resources on this page are available free of charge. They are initiatives by industry and/or government to addressing the escalating dangers online for families, where it’s children, young people and adults, particularly seniors.

Stay safe online. Let us know if you have any questions or a resource you’d like to see added to this page.

If you would like us to give a free in person or virtual presentation on online safety, email us and let us know.


Free Resources

The Cyber Readiness Program guides small and medium-sized enterprises to become cyber ready. Completing this free Program will make your organization safer, more secure, and stronger against cyber threats.

The Cyber Leader Certification Program is a personal professional credential that can be achieved after completing the Cyber Readiness Program.

Protect your business, your customers, and your bottom line. Think about cyber threats like phishing and malware. Did you know that most of these types of attacks are targeted at small businesses? Fortunately, there are basic steps you can take to protect your business. The Cyber Readiness Starter Kit is a great way to get moving.

This Playbook is a practical guide to help reduce cyber risk and defend against the most common cyber issues. This playbook is a part of the Cyber Readiness Institute’s Cyber Readiness Program and is based on best practices from leading cybersecurity experts.

Check out Google Family Safety Center for information on its efforts to keep families safe. Starting with parental controls. Let us know what you think.

Preventing abuse, detecting harmful content, and responding appropriately form Google’s safety measures to protect consumers. Google also provides tools to help you evaluate content. This section also covers how YouTube is managing content responsibly.

Anytime you use Google or any of its products, including gmail and the Google drive, Google protects your data with what it describes as advanced security and privacy features. Google products are continously protected by the world’s most advanced security infrastructure. 

Google’s security infrastructure includes multiple security layers. This includes advanced encryption such as HTTPS to keep your data safe in transit. 

According to Google, global cyberattacks rose by 38% in 2023, placing critical infrastructure at greater risk, while the world still sees 3.4 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs by 2025.  Workforce skilling and protecting critical infrastructure are key focus for Google.


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