Learn about the potential risks of your online activities and how you can stay safe when you are connected.
Services and information
Protect your computers, tablets, home networks and mobile devices.
Educate your employees on cyber safety and create strong policies that support and promote cyber security.
Tips for parents and teens on how to prevent and address cyberbullying.
Protect your identity online, strengthen your passwords and help prevent identity theft.
Stay safe when banking, investing and shopping online.
Tips for parents on how to keep children and teens safe online and online safety information for seniors.
Learn about common threats online such as phishing and viruses and learn to recognize online scams and fraud.
Information for technical administrators including technical guidance documents, security bulletins, reports and alerts.
What we are doing
Laws and regulations
- National Cyber Security Strategy
- Get Cyber Safe Guide for Small and Medium Businesses
- Cyber Incident Management Framework for Canada
- Cybersecurity Action Plan Between Public Safety Canada and the Department of Homeland Security
How can cybercrime affect critical infrastructure?
If any of our critical infrastructure sectors were disrupted or damaged by a cyber attack, it could have an immediate and widespread impact on Canadians.
Wi-Fi is everywhere, but are you using the networks safely?
Get Cybersafe tips on recycling devices
Recycle or dispose of your mobile devices in an environmentally friendly way.
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