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The use of online engagement has significantly increased due to COVID-19.
It is important for individuals, community groups and organisations to understand how to keep information safe and secure, be responsible with information and be respectful of other people online.
Being cyber or online safe protects us from online bullies and intruders interested in stealing confidential information for various motives, often monetary.
The facilitators of this workshop have practical experience in dealing with cyber threats and educating community groups about how to engage wisely online.
They bring clarity to what is often a scary topic, teaching attendees easy ways to protect themselves and pre-empt security threats.
Centre for Building Better Community has delivered teaching on this topic for Brimbank twice with enthusiastic responses.
We continue to update our material to keep it fresh. So that even if you have attended before you will still get something new out of it.
More than computers – what is cyber safety Passwords Scams – Becoming security conscious Mobile phones Meeting your functional needs Data breaches Online bullying
Where: Keilor Community Hub. 704B Old Calder Highway, Keilor Facilitated by: Centre for Building Better Community
Register to attend a session: Registration is required to attend our training sessions. There is no charge to attend and you can attend one or several sessions. Session information will be emailed to registered participants before the session.