Teach Online Safety

In The Community

Community organizations can play a powerful role in teaching people to use the Internet safely and securely and empowering people to become good online citizens. 

If you are interested in starting your own community-based cybersecurity awareness program here are three ways to get started:

  1. Become a partner of STOP. THINK. CONNECT. (it's free and easy!) and gain access to our partner resource center to download toolkits and other materials. 
  3. Visit https://stopthinkconnect.org/resources and download tip sheets, posters and other resources to distribute within your community. 

Other Resources:

  • Cyber Community Coalition Building Guide: Resources for building a cyber coalition in your community from the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Multi-State Information Sharing & Analysis Center (MS-ISAC). 
  • iKeepSafe.org: iKeep Safe - a nonprofit international alliance of more than 100 policy leaders, educators, law enforcement members, technology experts, public health experts and advocates - has customized for community organizations and volunteers based on the 3Cs of Digital Citzenship: Appropriate Contact, Appropriate Content, and Appropriate Conduct.
  • Securing Our eCity: Securing Our eCity was established to create a safe digital neighborhood that is both resistant to cyber‐threats and resilient to man‐made or natural disasters, where our citizens, businesses, organizations and government can effectively and securely navigate, collaborate and conduct business to remain economically competitive in today’s fast‐changing technological environment.