Cyber security is everyone’s responsibility.
Be cyber smart at work and at home with these tips and resources on cyber smart practices.
If you connect to the internet, even just for email, you can fall victim to cybercrime.
Learn how to protect yourself or your organisation when online.
The internet is central to everyday life for most people, so be cyber smart to protect your information online.
Protect your business
If your business uses the internet then you can't afford to ignore the risk and impact of cybercrime. There are practical steps you can take to protect your business.
Report an incident
If you're concerned you may have fallen victim to a cybercrime, scam or identity theft see this advice on what steps to take and how to report it.
Cyber Security Awareness
The NT Government hosts Cyber Security Awareness Month to promote cyber smart practices in government and the community.
Previously, presentations were held to support the business and not-for-profit sectors and the seniors community.
Be Cyber Smart presentations were provided for the business sector in Darwin and Alice Springs with an ethical hacker briefing and Australian Cyber Security Centre advice on steps to prevent against cyber threats. A Defence focus featured at the Darwin event with briefings from the Centre for Defence Industry Capability and Defence Security and Vetting Service to support businesses to get cyber ready for Defence contracts.
In partnership with the Australian Cyber Security Centre, threat briefings and technical workshops were provided for the local ICT sector.
The NT Government partnered with the Australian Information Security Association to deliver community information sessions for seniors and the Not-for-Profit sector.
Seniors Community Be Cyber Smart Presentations
Seniors community groups can request a Be Cyber Smart Presentation for their local seniors group.Request a Presentation