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Social Media Awareness

Be Social, Be Safe, Be Smart, Be You.
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Laurette Chetty

on 13 May 2015

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We asked, you answered!
What is Malware & Spyware?

Allow offenders to collect personal information about targets.
Malware (malicious software)
collects sensitive user information to use for fraud.
Spyware
is a computer code installed on a device to send information to a third party.







Do not use
auto-complete/fill
online


Digital

Defined by your behaviours in
the online environment and by
content you post
about yourself and others.
Tagged photos, blogs and social network interactions determine how others perceive you- online AND offline.
Poor digital reputation can affect your friendships, relationships and job opportunities.
Reputation
Give your profile a 'cleanse'

Always keep personal info safe and appropriate

Remember
- online information could be there forever
Preventions
What?
The use of electronic
communication to deliberately harass, threaten or intimidate a person.

Why does a cyberbully bully?










Have been in the same situation

May believe a person deserves it

Unsure how to use spare time productively

Are told by others to do it

Think it’s normal

Believe it’s necessary to be popular

Think it’s easier to get away with

Don’t think it genuinely affects others

How to deal


Avoid communication
Don't retaliate/respond
Save the evidence
Report it
View it from different perspective
Keep focused on the things you love
Know someone being cyberbullied?

Let them know you're concerned
Be sensitive, listen and support
Identify when/where bullying is happening
Be with them/online during these times
Encourage reporting
Encourage blocking
BE SMART
BE YOU
Don't be a bystander
Be Social, Be Safe, Be Smart, Be YOU!
www.studentedge.com.au
BE SOCIAL
The risk...

Security and identity theft
involves stealing money or gaining benefit by pretending to be someone else.
But what's the difference?

Privacy
- the ability to decide what information about you goes where.

Security
- offers the ability to be confident that those decisions are respected.
BE SAFE

(or participate)

What the cyberbullies want
Bystanders become active participants
Laughed at a post/meme on a social network?
Commented?
Shared?
You could be involving yourself
in cyberbullying without
realising it.

DON'T GET INVOLVED!




SCAMS


How can I avoid this?!




'https' rather than 'http'



Search reviews


Closed padlock
appears on site


Privacy and security
policies available on
trusted sites


Destroy all discarded
personal information


Ask for name/company
over the phone



Avoid texting/calling numbers beginning with '19'



Never follow a link
directly from an email
or private message



Double check
the web address

Think before you post, send or
blog!

Treat others as you would like to
be treated

Set profile to private
12yrs 18yrs



Differences from face-to-face
bullying:
Can be anonymous
Do/say things that wouldn't
normally be said face-to-face
No limitations- 24/7
Magnified impact- can spread to a global scale
Main four types of cyberbullying:
Cyberstalking-
form of harassment using persistent behaviours that cause apprehension and fear.
Harassment-
sending of offensive messages to an individual or group (often repetitive).
Outing-
Public display, posting or forwarding of personal messages/images.
Flaming-
Heated or intense argument which often uses offensive language.








3, 000 member responses
And the top
three social
media networks
are...
But why...





Entertainment




Staying in touch
with friends





Topics of
interest




Facebook




Instagram




YouTube





Security





Privacy





Cyberbullying
What are
the concerns...
Sent via email, IM, text, MMS or social media











Can appear to come from authoritative source.













Make people fearful of missing out- money trap




















Feel guilty not giving to charity












Types- Lottery, Phishing, Advance Fee, Mule
How addicted are you
to the internet?

Are you doing/saying
the right things on it?

Do you know someone
that might not be?
Bullying UK
Help Guide
World Wide Wed Consortium- Platform for Privacy Preferences Project
Headspace
Privacy Guidance
Qwik Tag
Cybersmart
Scamwatch
References!

Social Media Awareness
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