Synthetic Identity Theft
What is Synthetic Identity Theft? Thieves create fake identities and establish new credit accounts by combining stolen real identifying information with fake information; or using totally fake information such as...View Resource
The Guide to Understanding Technology in Human Trafficking
This guide explains what human trafficking is, the roles technology plays in both facilitating and preventing it, and the ongoing prevention and awareness efforts made by organizations. You’ll also learn...View Resource
Guide to Digital Self-Defense: Cybersafety for Personal Safety
This comprehensive guide helps individuals and organizations respond to instances of technology abuse. The types of abuse range from cyberstalking and harassment to financial exploitation. The guide has step-by-step instructions...View Resource
Cyber Citizenship Today with KnowledgeFlow’s Claudiu Popa and Tim King
KnowledgeFlow’s Claudiu Popa and Tim King go on air to discuss digital citizenship, internet safety, and emerging trends in cybersecurity.
Digital Privacy and Security Complaints Reference Guide
This list is a useful resource for anyone in Canada who needs to report a privacy complaint, fraud, or scam. By reporting these types of incidents to the appropriate organizations,...View Resource
Understanding Human Biases and Their Role in Misinformation and Social Media
This resource delves into how misinformation spreads in the media, and how the media uses various types of bias to manipulate readers and viewers. As the amount of information available...View Resource
Video Tutorial: Using Browser Bookmarks to Thwart Scammers
This video tutorial explains and shows you in detail how to create, use, and organize your browser bookmarks.
Why You Should Be Using Ad-Blocking Software
See this visual to learn about why using ad-blocking software is important to your cybersafety!
Cybersafety Champion Program Flyer
Attention Teachers! Learn about our Cybersafety Champion Program here at KnowledgeFlow to find out what digital media skills you can bring to your classroom.
Browser Bookmarks: What are they? How do they work? How can I organize them?
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...View Resource
Browser Bookmarks: how they help you avoid online fraud
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...View Resource
Print out and use this poster to get your students excited about the #UnHackathon!