I would like to make you the first to be aware of the Get Safe Online Awareness session that we are holding in on 17th August 2017. This session will be held at the Allia future business centre Peterborough from 10:00 – 13:00.
The address is Allia Future Business Centre, Peterborough United Football Club, London Road,PETERBOROUGH
Cybercrime is one of the fastest growing crime types with new threats and scams coming online every day. The UK government has classified cybercrime as a Tier 1 threat and it has been accepted that pursuing offenders alone would not reduce the numbers of victims. However GCHQ have identified that 80% of cybercrime could be eliminated by raising awareness among communities about online threats and encouraging them to protect themselves and their devices could reduce cybercrime by 80%.
The aim of the upskilling day is to raise awareness among staff and officers within the force to become cyber ambassadors within their districts/teams and support the PROTECT work by delivering presentations to their communities (Minimum of 2 a year) regarding Cybercrime awareness and prevention messaging and offering support to local Community Cyber Ambassadors.
The sessions will be delivered by a Get Safe Online instructor who will cover topics such as:
- Cyber Terminology
- The law
- Basic advice
- The Get Safe Online website
- Specific risks/threats