Reduce the chance of being a victim of Cybercrime
Passwords are designed to keep criminals out of your private information, which they may use to commit further offences such as fraud. Avoid using personal information, such as your name, as your password and ensure that passwords are minimum of 9 characters long with a combination of Upper/lower case, numbers and symbols. If you require any further information please contact the Bradford Cyber Problem Solvers on firstname.lastname@example.org who can give further advice.
People Can prevent themselves being a victim of Cybercrime be thinking before they post!
Photographs and posts on social media can give away your personal information, which you would not share with a complete stranger, and make it easier for criminals to target you. Status updates of where you are informs criminals you’re not at home and could be an invite. Posting selfies in your home address could be a ‘shop window’ for criminals to see your valuables and be a free advertisement. Taking a few seconds to think before you post could stop this from happening. If you require any further information please contact the Bradford Cyber Problem Solvers on email@example.com
People Can is all about making a real difference by being a good neighbour, volunteering, raising funds and getting involved in local action.
The People Can campaign will actively promote all the good things that people are already doing in their communities as well as encouraging more people to volunteer and get involved in community life.
To find out more please visit the People Can website www.peoplecanbradforddistrict.org.uk
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Please join in by keeping us upto date about what you are involved in to support your community by posting your pictures and posters.