Get Safe Online Week

Samantha Hancock (Police, Crime Prevention Unit Manager, Nottinghamshire) writes: Throughout this week Nottinghamshire Police will be supporting #GetSafeOnlineWeek.

For those of you who use Twitter, follow NottsPolice and keep checking for our advice and guidance to help keep you safe online.

Below is a round up of today’s tweets for those of you not on Twitter. Attached is some helpful information on Cyber Crime.

Do you bank online? Click on the link for banking online safely advice, and what to look out for

Get Cyber Protected in 3 easy steps
1) Use strong passwords
2) Install antivirus
3) Download software updates

Using strong passwords to protect yourself from cyber crime is a must. For more information, visit CyberStreetWise

Find out more about protecting yourself from cyber crime with security software & antivirus. Visit CyberStreetWise

Always ensure you are running the latest versions and install updates when prompted to avoid vulnerabilities

Are you aware of any vulnerable people you know who use the internet? Encourage them to #getsafeonline and

Do you or your children use Social Media? Visit for more information to stay safe online! #GetSafeOnlineWeek

Online not as safe as it used to be? @getsafeonline seeking reports of scams, illicit sites & more. Click to report

See: Protect Yourself Online

Source: Broxtowe Community email.

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