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KnowledgeWise empowers seniors to understand and use technology safely, while connecting with others.

A KnowledgeFlow Cybersafety Foundation Initiative. Cybersafety training and mentorship designed by seniors, for seniors.


Auditory, visual and physical requirements are taken into consideration based on the input and experience of our volunteers.


Seniors need to feel secure in their knowledge of how to evaluate the safety of technology and to recognize various forms of fraud.


Mentor others – no prior experience or training required. Request a mentor. Volunteer your unique skills. Help spread the word.

Request a Knowledgewise Mentor today.

Benefit from Practical Training

  • Simple but useful tips and tricks for staying safe while on the Internet.
  • Learn about creating and managing passwords that will keep your personal information secure.
  • Easy-to-use tip sheets, videos, and other resources.
  • Meet and connect with other seniors and train them in Internet safety.

KnowledgeWeb Resources

What to do After Identity Theft

If you have been the victim of identity theft or suspect that your information may have been compromised you need to secure your accounts and information immediately. This tip sheet…

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What people are saying

“The event today was very informative. It made me think about things such as passwords and the need/want for a password protection program.  There is the need, but I keep putting off until tomorrow what I can’t put off until the next day.”
Steve A
“There seem to be so many ways one can be hacked that it now scares me senseless! Thank you, KnowledgeWise for your time and patience.”
Susan C
“Thank you for a very informative session on cyber safety. You presented a somewhat dry subject in a very engaging, eye-opening and empowering way. Both of us stayed engaged and very interested throughout the whole session and still revisit some of your points several weeks later.”
Iris M
“The information we learned was invaluable to myself and my family. We learned about on-line dangers and how to avoid them.  We are so grateful for this knowledge and hope that all seniors can receive the same information!”
Michelle L

Seniors Teaching Seniors

The KnowledgeWise mentorship program gives you a chance not just to learn important cybersafety information, but to teach other seniors these valuable life skills. It’s a chance to help others learn how to stay safe while using technology, and it’s a chance to connect with peers and new friends in a meaningful way.

Common Questions

To contact us, click on the blue bubble icon on the bottom right of the page. A chat window will pop up. Type in a subject line and a message with your topic or question you would like information on, and we will respond to you as soon as we can!

In general, you should only trust emails from people you know and trust. Emails that ask for money or personal information may be from scammers trying to either take your money or commit identity theft. If you are unsure whether an email is a scam or not, it is safer to delete the email. For more information about phishing emails, check out our tip sheet here.

Yes, KnowledgeWise can provide training to your seniors community group. We provide extensive training to those interested in becoming mentors, and mentors can then in turn provide further training to other seniors.

The purpose of KnowledgeWise is for seniors to be empowered to mentor other seniors. If you are interested in becoming a mentor, contact us by clicking on the blue bubble at the bottom right of the screen and leave us a message letting us know you are interested in becoming a mentor.

Absolutely! Sharing resources is an important part of KnowledgeWise. Feel free to download and share tip sheets with others, or if it’s easier, you can share the link to this website with others.

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