This page includes a series of guides that you can use to protect yourself and be cyber secure.
With cybercriminals finding new ways to target people online it’s important that you feel confident about the steps you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones. Whether you’re interested in understanding cyber security basics or want to put in place more advanced measures to protect yourself, there are some easy simple steps you can take.
Personal Cyber Security: First Steps Guide
The first of three guides designed to help everyday Australians understand the basics of cyber security, learn how you can take action to protect yourself from common cyber threats.
Personal Cyber Security: Next Steps Guide
The second guide in the series designed to help everyday Australians understand the next level of cyber security, and how you can take action to protect yourself from ever-evolving cyber threats.
Personal Cyber Security: Advanced Steps Guide
The third and final guide in the series is designed to help everyday Australians understand the basics of cyber security, and how you can take action to protect yourself from ever-evolving cyber threats.
Protecting your family
Advice and guidance for parents and guardians to help children have secure experiences online.
A Kid's Guide to Using the Internet Securely
They’re called cybercriminals and they’re the reason we have to be careful whenever we use the internet. To help you we’ve created this manual.
How to Use the Internet Securely: A Guide for Seniors
Some basic cyber security practices that you can use to protect yourself when accessing the internet.
Protect Yourself: Updates
Cybercriminals are always looking for easy paths to get onto your devices.
Protect Yourself: Multi-Factor Authentication
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is when you use two or more different types of actions to verify your identity.