Each year, Stay Smart Online hosts a national awareness week to empower people, businesses and the community to protect themselves online. Our ‘Reverse the Threat’ campaign is designed to mobilise a movement against cybercrime with our partners and the wider community.
Every contribution adds to the impact of the campaign. By doing it together we show we are united behind our cause. ‘Reverse the Threat’ is designed to capture attention and be the catalyst to get people to take online security seriously.
This year, we want to empower Australians to take control of their online identity by:
reviewing privacy settings
knowing how to spot phishing scams
creating strong and unique passwords
turning on two-factor authentication.
Our partner guide contains all the information you need to implement the campaign internally and externally with minimum fuss and maximum impact. If you haven’t received a copy of the guide or you'd like more information about Stay Smart Online Week and how you can get involved, contact us.
Reverse your channels
Join us in a symbolic show of solidarity against cybercrime by reversing your website’s home page or social media pages to black and white at 9am on Monday 7 October to launch the week.
If we all simultaneously reverse our websites it will have a major impact on reaching Australians and it will lead the way for other business to join in.
We’ve designed a range of assets to help your marketing and design teams implement the website and social media reversals.
Download the resources
There are lots of other ways to get involved in Stay Smart Online Week. From filling your social media feeds with our suggested posts, to sending your customers an email with our top tips or decking out your workplace with posters and flyers.
Download all the resources to get started: