Protecting Yourself from Phishing Scams Online
For cybersecurity month, we're highlighting what to be aware of when it comes to phishing scams and how you can…
Continue to Tackle Online Abuse in Sport with Report Harmful Content
Report Harmful Content is continuing to explore how we can all tackle online abuse in sport.
Threads – A guide for parents and carers
Want to know more about Threads, the new online platform from Meta? Take a look at our safety and privacy…
Reporting online harassment and abuse in sport
Report Harmful Content is running a campaign to raise awareness and support those in sport affected by harmful online material.
Young people praised for showcasing important online safety messages through film
A selection of short online safety films were recognized and rewarded at the Childnet Film Competition last week.
More young people speak up about online worries as a result of Safer Internet Day 2023
Figures from the UKSIC have shown how the success of Safer Internet Day led to more young people talking about…
Liverpool and England legend underlines importance of conversations when keeping safe online
A former footballer, famous for his time with Liverpool, England and others, has underlined the importance of conversations between parents,…
UKSIC reaffirms importance of youth voice in online safety discussions as worrying data emerges
The UK Safer Internet Centre (UKSIC) believes worrying new data, provided by partner organisation the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF), increases…
ProjectEVOLVE Announced as Finalist for Bett Awards 2023
ProjectEVOLVE has been announced as a 2023 Bett Awards finalist for the ‘Wellbeing, Digital Wellness & Safeguarding Resources’ category.
Over one in 10 young people in the UK exposed to criminal child sexual abuse content online
The IWF has commissioned research to help guide their messaging about the reporting function.
How can I introduce online safety education to under 11s?
It is never too early to learn about online safety as a family or in the classroom.