Online Safety: Protect Yourself and Your Loved Ones

The internet has become an integral part of our daily lives. We use the internet to communicate, stay informed, entertain ourselves, shop, pay bills, and much more. However, just as in the real world, there are dangers on the internet.

The Cybercrime Sub-Directorate, recognizing the need to inform and raise public awareness, has prepared printed and electronic information material on online safety. This material is available free of charge and is also available online at the following links.

In this material you will find information on:

  • The most common online dangers: phishing, malware, ransomware, cyberbullying, sexting, online scams, etc.
  • Ways to protect yourself from the dangers: creating strong passwords, installing security software, updating software, being careful about links and email attachments, avoiding sharing personal information, etc.
  • Tips for safe internet use by children and teenagers: parental controls, talking to children about the dangers of the internet, encouraging responsible internet use, etc.

It is important to be aware of the dangers that lurk online and to take the necessary steps to protect ourselves

Protect yourself, your family and friends by downloading and reading the information material of the Cybercrime Sub-Directorate

Together we can make the internet a safer place for everyone!