NetSafe

NetSafe articles on cybersafety

Page 1 of 3123
Advent Calendar style cyber safety and security tips

Cybersafety Advent Calendar

Our very own Advent Calendar has 24 pieces of yuletide cyber safety and security know-how with timely reminders on how to keep yourself and those around you safe online over the festive season

the-kit

The NetSafe Kit for Schools

The NetSafe Kit for Schools sets out a comprehensive programme of cybersafety for New Zealand schools and covers key issues for staff, parents and students

at-a-distance-cyberbullying-txtbully-still

How can I put parental controls on my child’s mobile phone?

Vodafone NZ have launched a new Android app called Guardian that offers parental controls for mobiles – we look at the options on all the major phones

ECE Cybersafety policies

How can I set up a cybersafety policy and use agreements for ECE personnel?

NetSafe has established a series of cybersafety use agreements and policy documents for use within an ECE setting – download them here

facebook-imposter-profiles

Facebook gossip and rumour pages

Creating a fake profile on Facebook to bully or harass other people has become a popular activity. Learn how to block and report anonymous abuse

NetSafe Kit for ECE

The NetSafe Kit for ECE

Early childhood education providers are rapidly discovering the potential benefits technologies such as the internet, email and digital photography bring to children’s learning and development – the Kit helps ECE providers manage the associated risks

Facebook family safety centre screenshot

Top Tips for Staying Secure on Facebook

The Facebook safety team have produced a new guide to help users of the social network stay safe and avoid malware scams. Tips include logging in over https (SSL) and one time passwords when accessing the site from a borrowed computer

NetSafe presentations

Will NetSafe come and present at my school, club or workplace?

NetSafe can provide help and advice over the phone, create tailored presentations for your staff to deliver and attend and present face to face to staff, students or parents where practical

at-a-distance-cyberbullying-txtbully-still

Challenging Risk: NZ High-school Students’ Activity, Challenge, Distress, and Resiliency, within Cyberspace

NetSafe’s approach to cyberbullying is inspired by evidence based research undertaken between 2007 and 2011 by Research Manager Dr John Fenaughty as part of his doctoral thesis at the University of Auckland

Cybersafety HR staff policies community groups

I need help with cybersafety for my community group

Every organisation that uses information and communication technologies like the internet and mobile phones needs to have a robust cybersafety framework in place – community groups can download a template NetSafe use agreement to tailor to their needs

Page 1 of 3123