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The world has changed dramatically in response to the global COVID-19 pandemic. We are all adapting to a very different way of life and are spending a lot more time online.

As school students rely more heavily on technology for their learning and social interaction, cyber safety education is now more vital than ever. Teachers and parents are looking for resources that will help young people to navigate the online world in a safe, respectful and responsible way. They are also looking for ways to protect mental health and build resilience during this challenging time.

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On Tuesday the 11th of February we celebrated Safer Internet Day. Safer Internet Day is a chance to start conversations about online safety in our schools and communities and help create a better internet for everyone. Safer Internet Day is a worldwide annual event, held in 150 countries and managed by the Office of the eSafety Commissioner in Australia. 

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Cybercrime is an issue that affects all Australians and can have a huge financial and emotional cost to individuals, businesses and society. 

The risk of cybercrime is rising every day, and is an issue for people of all ages, including children and young people.

Stay Smart Online Week, which runs from 7-13th of October this year, is a national awareness-raising week hosted by the Australian Cyber Security Centre and the Australian Government that encourages all Australians to take active steps to protect themselves online. The message this year is 'Together, we can reverse the threat of cybercrime', which encourages us to see the problem as something that affects everyone and therefore needs to be addressed by everyone. 

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The online world can be an exciting, empowering and challenging place. Cyber safety education is essential if we want to create a more positive future for young people. 

The 2019 eSafety Conference was held in Sydney in September. Hosted by The Office of the eSafety Commissioner and Netsafe New Zealand, eSafety 2019 was an opportunity for the world’s foremost academics, industry leaders, educators, policy makers and young people to come together and discuss the biggest online safety issues of our time. The focus of this year’s event was on working together to create an online world that is positive, inclusive and safe for everyone.

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For the 5th year running, Brainstorm Productions is proud to be a supporter of Privacy Awareness Week (PAW). PAW is an annual initiative run by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) in conjunction with the Asia Pacific Privacy Authorities forum. 

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