The UK National Cyber Security Centre
The Cyber Helpline - providing free, expert help for victims of cybercrime in the UK
Global Cyber Alliance (GCA) Cybersecurity Toolkit
FREE 'Cyber Streetwise' Advice from the UK Government
Get Safe Online
OnGuardOnline.gov is the US federal government’s website to help you be safe, secure and responsible online. Try the series of videos and interactive quizzes on online security.
Kaspersky Labs Computer Threats FAQ
Typosquatting – what happens when you mistype a website?
Online Safety Resource Guide, with over 60 resources aimed helping you stay safe online.
Microsoft Windows end of support dates
Microsoft Windows Server end of support dates
The Definitive Guide to Internet Privacy & Online Security
Cisco Umbrella Infographics
Shop Safely Online
Computer and Internet Safety Tips
Planning for Business Emergencies: Data Breaches Explained
The GRC Hub (Governance, Risk and Compliance)
Cifas, the UK’s fraud prevention service
Rowenna Fielding's data protection and info rights blog
University of York - Intro to Cyber Security and Data Protection
15 simple and easy to read one sheet cyber security guides
The Ultimate Guide To Cyber Essentials
UK Metropolitan Police’s free Little Book of Big Scams
Advice for Parents
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) guide to internet safety for parents and young people.
Cyberbullying Research Center
UK Safer Internet Centre, offers e-safety tips, advice and resources to help children and young people stay safe online.
Internet Matters, an independent, organisation to help parents keep their children safe online
Digital Citizenship: Guide for Parents by the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security
Safety Tips For Children Online
A Teens Guide to Cyber Security
Staysafe.org's guide on Internet Safety for Teens
National Online Safety Free Software Platform Guides
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) guide to social networks, apps and games
How to Deal with Cyberbullying & Substance Abuse
How to Keep Kids Safe Using Social Media
Library of independent age-based and educational ratings and reviews for games, apps, TV shows, websites, books, and music
E-Safety Guide For Parents & Kids
Childnet International's internet safety resources
The Parents Guide to Internet Safety, Security and Screen Time
The Ultimate Parental Guide to Protecting Your Child Online
Digital/Cyber Safety Tips For Kids – How To Stay Safe Online?
Identity Theft Protection Guide: Keep Your Family Safe
Parents’ Guide for Safe YouTube & Internet Streaming for Kids
Cyberbullying: The Full Guide For Parents, Children & Schools
How to Protect Your Children on Their Smartphone
Teenage cybercrime: Help your child make the right #CyberChoices
National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Infographics
National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Guides
Free Cyber Security Training
NCSC's Free Cyber Security Training for Staff
Barclays Bank fraud quiz - Can you spot a super con?
Barclays Bank Cyber Security Awareness Toolkit
Cyber Security for Beginners - Learn how to secure your online world in just 5 weeks of FREE cyber security training!
Cyber Security for Small Business Owners - Learn how to protect your business in 7 weeks of FREE cyber security training! https://learninfosec.co.uk/
ESET’s Online Cybersecurity Awareness Training
FREE Security Awareness Program
Cisco OpenDNS Phishing Quiz
Google’s Phishing Quiz
KnowBe4's Guide to Social Engineering
KnowBe4's Social Engineering Red Flags handout
Reporting Incidents, Fraudulent Links and Emails
Reporting a cyber security incident in the UK
Report a phishing email to the UK NCSC Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS): email@example.com
UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime.
PhishTank is a free service by Cisco OpenDNS to report phishing links: http://www.phishtank.com
Report tech support scams, whether they claim to be from Microsoft or from another tech company:
Report email misuse for Outlook.com and Hotmail:
Report email misuse for Yahoo Mail account: firstname.lastname@example.org
To report phishing in Google Mail, open the email and select ‘Report phishing’ from the drop-down menu.
Report phishing on Apple services: email@example.com
Reporting a possible scam in LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/help/linkedin/ask/TS-RPS
Report a phishing or spoofed Amazon email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Report a fake PayPal email or spoofed website: email@example.com
Report misuse of Bit.ly links: firstname.lastname@example.org
Report fraudulent DocuSign attachments
Report phishing or malicious files shared on Dropbox:
Report phishing or malicious files shared on Box.com:
Report phishing or malicious files shared via WeTransfer
Report fraud in Quora posts: email@example.com
Report illegal activity such as fraud, phishing and malware for web domains registered with GoDaddy
Report a potentially dangerous website to Google
To report a spam mobile phone text message forward the text to 7726 (spells out SPAM)
Check if your email has been hacked
Check if you have been compromised in a data breach
SplashData’s Worst Passwords List
Top 10,000 most common passwords
50,000 most common leaked passwords
How to pick a proper password - by Sophos
ScamSearch - An Online Database Of 13,000+ Email Scams
Take Five a national awareness campaign led by FFA UK
Bitdefender study ‘A Glance Into The Psychology Of Facebook Scam Victims’
UK national fraud and cyber crime reporting centre.
Tech support scams advice
How to spot the HMRC tax phone scam
A Guide to Avoiding Identity Theft
How to spot a catfish: 8 top tips to avoid catfishing
LinkedIn - Recognizing and Reporting Scams
Domain Name Systems (DNS) Nameservers
Free DNS nameservers with filtered security.
Sophos 2020 Threat Report
Trend Micro 2019 Midyear Security Roundup
McAfee Labs Quarterly Threats Report
McAfee Labs Threats Report infographic overview
Cisco Annual Security Report
Cisco Security Report Infographics
Cisco Midyear Security Reports
Proofpoint Quarterly Threat Reports
Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR)
Secunia Vulnerability Review 2018
UK National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) Threat and Vulnerability Reports
VPN Jurisdiction By Country
VPN Guide: Legality, Jurisdictions & Internet Censorship
Using a VPN Beginner's Guide
What is a VPN? Full guide to complete privacy
Avira Free Security Suite
FREE Commercial-Grade Antivirus for PC and Mac.
Kaspersky® Anti-Ransomware Tool for Business - FREE
Acronis Ransomware Protection - FREE
Microsoft Security Essentials – FREE Antivirus for Windows 7
The AV-TEST Institute is an independent service provider in the fields of IT security and anti-virus research.
Comparitech's antivirus guides and advice
VirusTotal is a free service that analyses suspicious files and web site addresses.
Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE) Database
The No More Ransom Project
FREE Standalone Virus Scanner from Kaspersky
FREE Standalone Virus Scanner from Trend Micro
FREE Standalone Virus Scanner from ESET
Graham Cluley, independent computer security analyst
Naked Security is Sophos's award-winning threat news room
Anti-Virus Information Exchange Network
Heimdal Security Blog
Krebs on Security by Brian Krebs
Malwarebytes Labs Blog
IT Security Guru
The Last Watchdog
Schneier on Security
Davey Winder - Freelance Technology Journalist
The Antisocial Engineer Blog
John Opdenakker's Personal Infosec blog
G DATA Security Blog
15 of the Biggest Data Breaches in The Last 15 Years
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