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If you’re responsible for teaching kids or adults to be safe and secure online, we encourage you to use and share our resources.

Whether you need a game for a classroom activity, videos to share on social media with parents in your community, or an article to use in your workplace newsletter, you can find it here.

Elementary & Middle School Teachers

Net Cetera Toolkit

This online toolkit provides practical information about helping kids make safe, responsible decisions when they're online. It includes tips for parents and kids, videos, presentations, and other resources to help you teach online safety in your community.

Living Life Online

Through these short articles, activities and quizzes, kids (ages 8-14) can sharpen their critical thinking skills, be safer online and on-the-go, and better understand the ads they see around them.


Challenge your students to enter the fun, fast-paced world of Admongo for an adventure in advertising.

You are Here

In our virtual mall, kids learn to be smarter consumers. They learn how to protect their privacy, how to spot and avoid scams, and how advertising affects them — by playing games, designing their own ads, watching a short film, and much more.

Net Cetera: Stand Up to Cyberbullying

This video shows kids how they can stop cyberbullying by standing up for themselves or someone else.

High School Teachers

Hacked Email: What to Do

Are your friends and family getting emails from you that you didn't send? Or maybe you want to check your email, but you can't log in? Chances are your email's been hacked. Here’s what to do.

Invasion of the Wireless Hackers

Hackers hunting for vulnerable wireless networks are closing in. Stop the hack attack with correct answers to these wireless security questions.

The Case of the Cyber Criminal

A techie spy and his cunning crew are out to get your personal information. Stop them cold by proving you're ready to protect yourself online.

Friend Finder

Compete with our contestants for a spot on the Friend Finder All-Star List. Earn your spot by showing you're savvy when it comes to making friends online.

Community Educators


Computer Security Tips

Use these computer security tips to help protect your computer and your personal information.

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Public Wi-Fi Networks - Security Tips

If you use public Wi-Fi networks, take these steps to protect your personal information.


Protect Your Computer from Malware

What you can do to avoid, detect and get rid of viruses and spyware.

Hijacked Computer: What to Do

Can’t turn your computer on or off? Is it acting up, running slow, opening pages you didn't click, or displaying pop-ups constantly? There's a good chance your computer's been hacked or infected with a virus. Here’s what to do.

Back It Up: Don't Lose Your Digital Life

From tax forms to family photos, the files on your computer are valuable. If you don’t want to lose them, back them up, and practice good computer security habits to protect yourself from hackers and viruses.

IT Professionals

How To Recognize and Avoid Phishing Scams

Scammers use email or text messages to trick you into giving them your personal information. But there are several things you can do to protect yourself.