“Prevention is better than a cure.”
Our Edu-vice program teaches people about different forms of cybercrime, their effects, and how they can be better online.
We provide short Education & Advice sessions to educational bodies, community groups, and youth support groups.
We start with a brief introduction about SaferOnline, and how we support people through our services.
We engage with the group, before the session, to gain a baseline understanding of cybercrime.
We give a simplified introduction about digital footprints, covering both voluntary and involuntary residual data.
We explain common types of cybercrime and what we can do to help.
Explaining the term, giving examples, and discussing why.
Understanding common practices, and what action to take if a suspect email or message has been received.
Explaining online bullying and it’s effects.
Stalking in a digital environment; we discuss the methods we use to support victims.
We discuss how casual slurs and deliberate racism are serious issues that need addressing.
– Domestic Abuse:
It is an unfortunate fact that controlling/abusive relationships can also exist in the digital world; we look at this and discuss how it can be addressed.
A closing Q&A session, with an explanation on how to refer into our organisation.
The completion of our program.