October is Get Online Week and although many of us spend a lot of time online, we don’t all have the skills to ensure we are safe.
There are many ways that our safety is threatened and the means by which scammers etc do so can be much more subtle.
It is important for our safety and that of our families, that we keep up-to-date on the risks we face and the ways we identify and deal with them.
Check below for events the library is hosting about online safety
Staying Safe Online:
Friday 18 November, 11.00 – 12.00am at Cranbourne Library
Think you can spot a scam? How about making a strong password? There are a lot of skills needed to navigate your way online today.
Come along to the library where we can show you some tips and tricks to keep your information secure online.
Learn about the most common scams going around. Find out about safeguarding your passwords and your data, as well as being safe on Social Media.
Managing Your Health Data on your iPhone or Apple Watch: Wednesday 9 November, 2.00 – 3.00pm via Zoom
Do you have an iPhone or Apple Watch? Ever wondered what those rings on your watch mean?
Come along to learn more about using your iPhone and/or Apple watch to help with your health and fitness.
This online session will take you through the Health App, we will have a look at how to set up your app and what some of the various categories mean.
If you can’t attend, there are a wide range of resources available online, to teach you and your family how to stay safe. These include:
Your library also has a range of options for getting one on one help with your devices or online services. More information on these programs and the links to book in are found on our events calendar.