Cyber Security Awareness – Addressing Risk & Reducing Vulnerabilities
Police Officers – Rob Cowgill and Claire Allison from West Yorkshire Police’s Cyber Crime Team will provide a webinar outlining;
- Current Cyber Security Threats,
- Advice on how to mitigate those threats,
- Identifying risk in young people,
- Early intervention and resources available to promote positive learning.
The proposed dates for these new webinars are as follows;
Tuesday 23rd February ’21 10.30am to 11.30am
Tuesday 9th March 10.30am to 11.30am
Tuesday 23rd March 10.30am to 11.30am
Friday 23rd April 10.30am to 11.30am
Friday 21st May 10.30am to 11.30am
Tuesday 22nd June 10.30am to 11.30am
Bookings are to made through Eventbrite. You do need to register for an Eventbrite account, which takes approx. 1 minute to do.
Please book via Eventbrite: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/wyp-cyber-protectprevent-webinar-tickets-139653833375
Approximately one week prior to the webinar, you will receive an automatic email from Eventbrite, providing you with the relevant link for that specific webinar, along with instructions on how to join. Then a further automatic email from Eventbrite, two days prior to the webinar, reminding you of the instructions on how to join, with the relevant link.
Also, below is a link which will provide Schools & Parents/Carers with lots of resources around online safety, which include games, videos, quizzes, PPTs, lesson plans. Aimed at children aged between 3- 18yrs of age, as well as advice and guidance for parents/carers. If you hover over the Safer Internet Day picture below in my signature, it will take you to a live presentation, which will take place on Tuesday 9th February ’21 between 10.30am- 11.00am. The presentation will be delivered by a PCSO, who will provide online safety advice to Primary aged school children. We will also be conducting a FB Live between 1pm – 1.30pm on 9th February, which will be presented by officers who will provide advice and guidance for parents/carers around online safety. You will also be able to ask any questions/queries you have around online safety, to the officers.