Cyber Calendar

  • Cyber Monday Tips

    Buying online this Black Friday or Cyber Monday? Read our top tips guide to help you stay safe online

    Use up to date anti-virus software on your computer – this will help protect it against malware.

    Think before you click – planning ahead can help and make sure you double check website addresses for anything unusual.

    Be careful with links in emails and texts – remember that fake links or ads could lead you to a fraudulent website or contain malicious software.

    Use trusted websites  – check that the ‘https’ and the lock symbol is displayed, this needs to be in your browser address window when entering your card details or any personal information.

    On a mobile device use trusted apps – it can be difficult to see the full web address on mobile if you are using a web browser so instead stick with trusted apps.

    Keep your passwords long and unique – make sure to mix your passwords up with special characters, capital letters and numbers and use a different password for each site.

    Check your bank statements – if you don’t recognise a transaction, contact your bank or card issuer.

  • Safer Internet Day

    Safer Internet Day is celebrated globally to promote a safer internet for everyone, but especially for young people.

    Read or download our tips card to help young people connect and be digitally safe.

    Visit for more information.

    Download our tips card here