Cyber Security Presentations
Each of these presentations is designed to help you teach online safety to adults, except for "Take charge of your digital life," which was created especially for tweens and teens.
Each presentation includes instructions to help you prepare, as well as thorough notes to guide the speaker (who needs no expertise in Internet safety). You’ll also find pointers to other materials—brochures, videos, posters, and the like—that can help you enhance a presentation or create a new one.
Top Tips for Online Safety
Teach six essential steps of Internet safety to help people protect their devices, information, and family when they go online.
Protecting Young Children Online
Teach parents, educators, and other adults the habits and practices that will help young kids (roughly age 11 and younger) explore cyberspace safely.
Help Young People Stand Up to Online Bullying
This presentation explores how you and other adults can help young people (from children to teens) stand up to online bullying, whether they experience it as a bystander, a target, or by bullying someone.
Take Charge of Your Digital Life
Designed for tweens and teens, this presentation takes a conversational approach. It supplies five online safety pointers that rely on common sense and computer safety practices, basic enough that you don’t need to be technically savvy to present them.
Internet Security at Work
Help employees learn the skills they need to work more securely on the Internet and better defend company, customer, and their own personal information.
Create Your Own Safety Presentation
To help you create your own presentation, get inspiration from the online safety information in our collection of brochures, fact sheets, and tip cards in the Digital Citizenship in Action Toolkit. A PowerPoint template can help you structure your talk.
Note: To make your presentation part of a larger event, see how to organize an online safety event.