Be Cyber Streetwise - protect yourself online | Royal Bank of Scotland


Royal Bank of Scotland is supporting the ‘Cyber Streetwise’ campaign in a bid to help change the way people view online safety as well as providing businesses with the skills and knowledge they need to take control of their cyber security.

The new website,, offers a range of interactive resources, tailoring an individual’s visit to provide clear advice on the essentials for enjoying a safe experience online.

Security Minister James Brokenshire said:

‘The internet has radically changed the way we work and socialise. It has created a wealth of opportunities, but with these opportunities there are also threats. As a government we are taking the fight to cyber criminals wherever they are in the world.

‘However, by taking a few simple steps while online the public can keep cyber criminals out and their information safe. Cyber Streetwise is an innovative new campaign that will provide everyone with the knowledge and confidence to make simple and effective changes to stay safe online.’

How do I get involved?

Visit the official website to learn more about the initiative. You will also be able to keep up to date on the latest information by following on Twitter and Facebook.

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