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Protect & Grow your Business' Online Reputation

We will help you build your business, sales and online reputation and get cyber aware. We're online reputation and cyber security experts.

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Internet Safety Talks for your Business & Employees

Social Media and Internet security are a minefield for business, fail to appreciate this and the consequences could be devasting

We speak to business, sporting organisations, NGOs and Government about theses issues to build a great appreciation. We give engaging, concise talks and we're frequently interviewed in the media.

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Online Safety Talks for Teens - 5th & 6th Year (16-19 years old)

An internet safety talk and online reputation talk to this age group is one of the most challenging audiences there is, however we have managed to hone a presentation based on realities, growing up and their responsibilties.

We bring home the consequences of phone addiction, making practical suggestion to help in getting jobs, managing social media, how Google, Facebook and social media see them as a result. 

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Online Safety Talks for Teens 3rd & 4th Year - 14-16 years old

As teens get older they are faced with more and more online safety issues. Our goal is explain the following topics so that they are prepared for what their online activity may present.

Teens enjoy being spoken to as young adults (which they are) and our internet safety talks for teens engage with students on a more casual yet serious level.

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Internet Safety Talks for Teens - 1st & 2nd Year (12-14 years old)

We chat to 1st & 2nd years about the following internet safety topics, social media platforms and how to stay safe online.

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Internet Safety Talks about Sexting

One of the topics we speak about during our internet safety talk for teens is sexting - both children and teens are doing it, and we need to help them understand the serious implications of it. 

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Internet Safety Talks for Children - 5th, 6th Class (Age 10-12)

For ages 10-12, we chat to classes about both platforms and what they have to be careful of and why these platforms pose a risk for them. Children often create multiple accounts and neglect important privacy settings. Our talks help kids understand the importance of their privacy and why it’s dangerous and "uncool” to showcase their lives online.

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Internet Safety Talks for Kids ages 2nd - 4th Class (Age 6-9)

Children are vulnerable, but they are even more vulnerable if they are not equipped with the knowledge to protect themselves.

We explain the importance of friend selection online. Often children accept friend requests from people they don’t know simply because they want to increase their number of friends online.

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75% of us, don't care about our personal internet safety

Former Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan Howe really annoyed the Prime Minister, Theresa May, when she was Home Secretary. She agreed with his stance on cyber crime, but not the way he went about it. He suggested Police would be slow to investigate online security crimes where the individuals failed to take online protection seriously especially having an 'upto date' anti virus. He openly backed banks, credit card providers doing the same, not refunding customers losses. She disliked the way he went about it, she's not so so keen on the other guy in the photo below either. 

 

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The Internet never forgets, The Public never forgives

Five things we can start doing to protect our young school kids, students and ourselves online. Everyday we learn that large Tech companies including Facebook, Amazon, Google, Snapchat, Microsoft fail to defend our privacy (and appear to many, as simply not caring) and many openly sell and share our date with valued commericial partners which means anyone who buys advertising which is millions of us. Like Google, they have morphed into advertising companies.  

Facebook struggle with this fact that selling acccess to their data, that they are thwarting users access to their own friends and followers, we have all been told or found out for ourselves that Facebook is not 'free to air' anymore. So the first thing to do is to 'switch on' your privacy settings in Facebook. Facebook privacy setting.

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