Did you listen to the Young Scot podcast? Learn more about staying safe and making your time online more enjoyable.
Young volunteers from Young Scot's DigiKnow project and Jess McBeath from the UK Safer Internet Centre talk about online safety.
Making sure your passwords are secure is a really important to having a safe online life!
It's good to be kind online! Here's how!
Find out how to get help if you're being bullied online.
Want to start a career in Cyber Security? Well, 'Digi Know?' is here to help! We've put together a guide filled with fun ways to learn digital skills and alternative ways to get into the industry, as well as info on how to stay safe online! Plus, keep an eye out for some exciting competitions!
Do you know what you're sharing online? Can you spot the scam from the sure-thing? Are you keeping your data secure? Find out more about Cyber Resilience...
Young people give their advice for parents and carers who want to talk to their children about their online lives.
Whether you're just regretting your outfit choice, or someone has shared a personal picture that was never meant for public viewing, find out how to remove images shared online.
Facebook is a fun way to stay in touch with friends or family, start a page about something you love, or easily organise events.
If you’re on Twitter, you might be aware of a few things you can do to keep your information secure and the basics of blocking – but there’s actually a lot more to making sure you’re safety savvy on social media!
Eek! Should you have tweeted that? Here's what to avoid posting online.
What are 5Rights? Watch what your 5Rights are as explained by the Young Scot 5Rigths Youth Commission. You can also try our Rewards activity to see how well you know your rights online!
11-18-year olds across the UK share their thoughts on their online identities.
Have a look at these tips with some suggestions on how to help you to stay safe and positive online.
Here you will find films, games, quizzes and advice to help you to use the internet safely, responsibly and positively.
Advice and support for anyone who has discovered harmful content online.
From cyber bullying to social networking, each year Safer Internet Day aims to raise awareness of emerging online issues and chooses a topic reflecting current concerns.
It’s not always easy to know what’s safe online and what’s not. This advice can help you to keep safe and to know what to do when things go wrong.
Some tips on how to keep yourself protected while meeting people online.
Feeling too much pressure to be perfect online? These tips can help you keep it real and authentic.
When using the internet it's important to be mindful about what information we're sharing with people we've never met. Here's how to stay safe online.