When: Tuesday, 7 February 2017

What: Share the single call to action with your staff and / or customers: #AskOutLoud
If you experience something suspicious online,Ask Out Loud because your online safety is worth a second opinion.

How: Share the pre-prepared resources (produced on behalf of Stay Smart Online(SSO)) and promote the industry led Twitter Jams with your staff (at 12pm and 8pm AEDT).  Don’t forget to get online yourself during the Jams and contribute to the discussion

Where: The resources will also be available on the resources page of the Stay Smart Online website.

#AskOutLoud #SID2017

What: Share the single call to action with your staff and / or customers: #AskOutLoud
If you experience something suspicious online, Ask Out Loud because your online safety is worth a second opinion.

How: Share the pre-prepared resources (produced on behalf of Stay Smart Online(SSO)) and promote the industry led Twitter Jams with your staff (at 12pm and 8pm AEDT).  Don’t forget to get online yourself during the Jams and contribute to the discussion

Where: The resources will also be available on the resources page of the Stay Smart Online website.

Why Ask Out Loud?  #AskOutLoud

  • Industry data continues to support the importance of educating the general public on suspicious messages across all common channels (95% of data breaches involve phishing, standard phishing scenarios attract over 20% click rates)
  • Research from IDCare suggests that a single phishing scenario will ignite different psychological responses from two individuals, by simply asking someone else for a second opinion individuals can avoid falling victim
  • Research from Data61 supports the above and indicates that individuals are often “embarrassed” to ask others for online help for fear of highlighting their lack of online competency, as such we need to demonstrate that it’s not “silly” to seek help

Need more information?  Join a 15 minute call on Wednesday, 1 February at 4pm (AEDT) dial: +8655 5566 and participant code: 2911 9258

Safer Internet Day: February 7 2017

#AskOutLoud #SID2017

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