There are many threats online that can target you and your children. For advice on how to stay safe, have a look at the websites below.
Be Connected esafety
Find free online courses and resources on everything from how to use your smartphone or tablet to cyber safety tips.
Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner
Helping young people learn to be safe and responsible online.
The internet changes all the time and can make it hard for parents to keep up. iParent helps by teaching parents or carers how to keep their children safe on the internet.
Be Deadly Online
Learn about cyberbullying, digital reputation and respect for others. Created by and for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Teaches women to stay safe on their computer, iPhone and iPad and be confident online.
Games, Apps and Social Networking
Learn about the latest games, apps and social media, including how to protect your information and report unfit content.
Stay Smart Online
This site helps you understand the risks and simple steps you can take to protect your personal and financial information online.
A free site led by the Australian Federal Police with advice for parents and carers. It offers school presentations, online learning, fact sheets and activities to do at home.
Helps Australians improve their digital skills to keep them safe online.
Telstra Cyber Safety
Help you protect yourself and your family by offering cyber safety tips and articles.
The latest news about online scams for families or small businesses. Learn about types of scams, how to report a scam and how to get help.
Safe Search Kids
Information and easy to read articles about protecting your children online. It also blocks bad content so your children can use the site to safely search the web.
Cybersafety Quiz for Kids
Animated videos that teach primary school students about online safety. These include cyberbullying, protecting personal information and sharing images.