June 12, 2012


This week marks National Cybersecurity Awareness Week, a Government initiative held annually which helps raise awareness of some of the risks we can run into in the online space.

We all use the internet for many things – socialising, researching, learning, banking, shopping…. the list goes on, but how do we know we are being safe? How do we know that our details are secure? How do we know that our kids are protected online?


Stay Smart Online is a Government website which helps educate Australians on internet security – there are many tips and tricks provided so if internet security is something you would like to know more about, this is the place to start!










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  • this should not be contained to a week, but something more spread out overthe year


  • Didn’t know that there’s a cybersecurity awarenes week. Thanks for sharing


  • thank you sharing this article good read


  • thanks for sharing was a great read


  • Parents need to be so super vigilent, aware and educated these days


  • Thanks a lot for sharing. I enjoyed reading it.


  • Thank you for sharing this article with us :)


  • Helpful info – thanks for sharing.


  • good information, thanks for sharing


  • Thanks for the great info :)


  • Useful information – thank you :)


  • This should definitely be all year!


  • So many risks, and you can be cyber-bullied no matter what age. So important to know what our kids are doing online.

    • Thank you for writing you can be cyber bullied at any age, dont read that a lot these days it seems to only focussed on kids and teens. Sincerely from a cyber bully victim aged 40 (my bully was older than me)

      • Agreed, cyber bullying can occur at any age, wish their was more out there for adult cyber bullying.


  • this should run the whole year


  • Son too young to use Internet.


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