NCSC aims to help everyone live and work safely online, giving you access to simple advice you can trust.
If you think you’ve been a victim of online crime, get in touch with Action Fraud, the national fraud and cyber-crime reporting centre run by the police. The Action Fraud website also has information to help you understand different types of online fraud and how to spot them before they cause any damage.
To protect your important information, your privacy and your money, follow the government’s advice at cyberaware.gov.uk. There are simple steps you can take to improve the security of your online devices and avoid risky activity. Follow @cyberstreetwise on Twitter for the latest news, or to ask the team for advice.
For more free expert advice on a huge range of subjects, visit getsafeonline.org. There’s step-by-step guidance on protecting yourself and your computer, and special topics covering smartphones and tablets, shopping and banking and social networking. You’ll also find practical tips on safeguarding children of various ages. Follow @GetSafeOnline for news and to find out about free events and roadshows near you.