Internet Safety Basics K-5

Report
Become a Digital Citizen
Be SAFE (Secure Access For Everyone)!
Calcasieu Parish Public School System
What is CyberSafety?
 CyberSafety is a common term used to describe
a set of practices, measures and/or actions to
protect personal information and your computer
from attacks.
 CyberSafety is simply being safe online! You
must know about…
 CyberSafety Threats!
 CyberSafety Tips!
 CyberSafety Action Steps!
CyberSafety Threats
(to you)
Cyberbullies
File-share Abuse
Online Predators
www.microsoft.com/protect
Disturbing Content
Invasion of Privacy
CyberSafety Threats
(to your computer)
Identity Theft
Phishing
Hoaxes
www.microsoft.com/protect
Spam
CyberSafety Threats
(to computer security)
Viruses/Worms
Trojans
Spyware
www.microsoft.com/protect
CyberSafety Tips
While CPSB has security
in place, you need to be
vigilant when receiving
emails and going online
just as you would with
regular mail or door-todoor sales in real
life. Consider the tips on
the following slides.
Be CyberSafe!
 Use proper netiquette and be a good
digital citizen.
 Remember the AUP!
Never Give Out
Personal Information
Make sure to NEVER give out your
name, email, home address, phone
number, account numbers, Social
Security number, CPSB Student ID,
picture or any other personal information
about you, your family, or your friends.
Think B4 U Post
Internet privacy is an illusion. Don’t post
what you don’t want the entire world to
see! Communicate respectfully online
(chatrooms, blogs, networking sites,
instant messaging (IM), etc.) Once it is
online, it will always be there
somewhere, even if you delete it.
Think B4 U Click
 Be cautious with email
attachments and links.
 Never open an email
attachment from someone you
don't know. For that matter, be
very cautious when opening
an email attachment from
people you DO know, unless
you know exactly what the
attachment contains.
www.microsoft.com/protect
Be Careful of Downloads
 Do not download and install software
without permission.
 Once permitted, only download from
known or trusted websites.
 Read privacy statements.
Use the Red “X” to
Close Pop-ups
 Always use the red “X”
in the corner of a pop-up
screen.
 Never click “yes,”
“accept,” or even
“cancel,” because it
could be a trick that
installs software on your
computer.
www.microsoft.com/protect
CyberSafety Action Steps
 Be a good digital citizen by following the suggested






CyberSafety tips.
Create smart passwords and NEVER share.
Always log out of CPSB computers.
Report inappropriate sites to teacher or other
trusted adult.
Report to teacher or other trusted adult any
harassment or intimidation online or in email; that
is cyberbullying.
Follow the CPSB Acceptable Use Policy
(AUP).
Be CyberSafe!
Additional Resources
NetSmartz entertains while it educates. Find lots of
great engaging and entertaining resources such as
videos, games, activity cards, and presentations for
all ages.
NetSmartz for Kids: http://www.netsmartzkids.org/
NetSmartz for Teens: http://www.nsteens.org/

similar documents