Cyber Safety

In early October the federal government launched a national campaign aimed at stopping cybercrime and helping Canadians protect themselves online. I’ve seen the ads and they are great; the more awareness generated about online safety the better!

The federal government’s cyber safety campaign encourages Canadians to protect their personal and private information from hackers and identity thieves. This is what we try and do at icanbesageonline – the more the merrier I say.

The website is called GetCyberSafe and it offers a variety of tips on internet safety and even has a quiz! Let’s all remember to be more aware when we are online and spread the word about online safewty to our friends and families.

3 Responses

  1. krystian
    krystian
    March 3, 2012 at 12:20 am

    My name is Krystian. I am here to speak to you about internet safety and cyberbullying. I think it’s very important to make people aware of the internet dangers. I have done lots of research and have taken many on line courses and I would like to share what I have learned with you.

    If you do become a victim of cyber stalking, there are 3 steps to take:

    Stop responding to the sender’s messages.

    Block their e-mail address.

    Tell someone you trust who will support you in taking action to stop it. More later.

  2. krystian
    krystian
    March 3, 2012 at 12:25 am

    Be Kind online and off just like rachel scott said you may just start a chain recation and she died at columbine because of bullying but kindness and compassion can be done online and off.

  3. Valentin
    June 21, 2012 at 4:31 pm

    Extremely helpful article, pelase write more.

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