This video tutorial explains and shows you in detail how to create, use, and organize your browser bookmarks.
This helpful tipsheet explains how to create, use, and organize your browser Bookmarks.
See our video tutorial to make the most out of your browser bookmarks! KnowledgeFlow – Browser Bookmarks – Video Tutorial
Use this visual to remind yourself and others to use Bookmarks! Using Bookmarks in your browser not only keeps you more organized online but also protects you from scammers!
See our tipsheet to learn how to create, use, and organize your bookmarks! KnowledgeFlow – Browser Bookmarks – Tipsheet
Use this visual to share and raise awareness about the Newcomer’s Guide to Avoiding Scams and Fraud!
This visual explains what credential stuffing is and how creating secure passwords will protect you!
This visual serves as a helpful reminder explaining what smishing is and what you can do about it.
Newcomers: Scams and Fraud Awareness
This guide outlines some of the most common scams that target newcomers to Canada; how to spot them, how to prevent them and what to do if they happen. NonProfit community groups that serve newcomers are welcome to integrate this resource into their language and technology programming.
Being Pseudonymous Online – or Why You Should Lie!
This Tip Sheet explains how to manage your online presence to protect your privacy and personal information. Lie!
Cookies – Yuck or Yum
The Tip Sheet explains the differences between fresh, stale and dirty cookies and what to do about them. Manage your cookie preferences to protect your privacy.
Every Day is CyberDay
National Cyber Day is a chance for Canadians to learn more about Cybersafety through games, workshops, activities, and other online resources. Presented on behalf of ICTC.
A new concept in digital literacy and cybersafety training. Unlike a regular hackathon, the main focus of an UnHackathon is cybersafety.
Guide to Supporting a Victim of Sextortion
This guidebook was created in partnership with Victim Services of Durham Region through project KnowledgeShare. It is intended for both individuals and victim support groups. It includes information on how this scam typically happens, responding to the scammers, and removing images from social media platforms. Also see our Sextortion Scam Awareness Tip Sheet for Teens and our Sextortion Scam Awareness resources for more information.