PolicyGovernment launches Cyber Streetwise campaign

Government launches Cyber Streetwise campaign

The campaign aims to change the way people view online safety and provide the public and small businesses with the skills and knowledge they need to take control of their cyber security.

The government has launched a new campaign called Cyber Streetwise. It aims to change the way people protect themselves while shopping or banking online in order to help them avoid falling victim to cyber criminals.

The campaign aims to change the way people view online safety and provide the public and small businesses with the skills and knowledge they need to take control of their cyber security. The campaign includes a website,cyberstreetwise.com, and online videos.

The campaign links to the Information Commissioner’s Office’s work on data protection and educational resources for schools.

 

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