Cyber hygiene handouts to be released in 2018
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Updated April 13, 2018 14:30:15 A new handout for female hygiene professionals will be released by the Australian Government in 2018.
The handout will include tips on using computers, smartphones and other electronic devices safely.
Key points: Cyber hygiene expert Dr John Dennison will deliver a handout to women and girls, and help them get online A new national policy to encourage women to use computers, mobile phones and other devices safely will be launched in 2018 The handouts will contain information on the risks of electronic devices, including the potential for them to catch on fire, be stolen and cause harm to others A report is currently being prepared on the issue, and Dr Dennonison said the handouts would help to inform the public about the potential risks and the ways to safely use them.
Dr Denny, a cyber hygiene expert at the University of Sydney, said it was important that the information was shared.
“We need to educate the public to be aware of the potential consequences of using these devices and also to understand that it is actually quite safe to use them,” he said.
“This handout provides a number of useful tips, such as what to do when you see someone using a laptop or a phone, when to turn it off, and how to remove them.”
Dr Dennett said he was happy with the information on female hygiene, which had been collected by the Government.
“I think it’s great that we’re making it available to women to learn from, to see, to know that they have a role to play in protecting themselves and their own wellbeing,” he told ABC Radio Adelaide.
“It’s quite easy for a woman to get to this level, and the message is really important to convey.”
The hand-out is expected to be out in 2018, and will be aimed at women and children.
Dr Dan Dennons Cyber hygiene book ‘A Good Girl’ was first published in 2016.
Dr John is the president of the Australian Cyber Safety Association, and has been speaking on the topic of cyber safety for more than 20 years.
He is a former member of the National Cyber Security Agency (NCSA) in Canberra and has served as a consultant to the National Health and Medical Research Council, and a research fellow at the National Institute of Health and Welfare (NHMRW).
Dr Dyson has been a consultant for the National Advisory Council on Cyber Safety, and as part of the advisory body, he has also spoken on the subject.
He has also been involved in research on electronic cigarettes, and was a member of a national workshop on e-cigarettes on January 30.
The group also includes the chair of the Australasian Health Advisory Council, Dr Peter Jenson, who also serves on the Australian Council on Science and Technology.
Dr Jenson said it would be useful to have information on electronic devices in a national handout.
“You know there’s this notion that all the devices are going to be safe, that’s just not the case,” he added.
“Electronic devices can be extremely dangerous, they can be a hazard to your health.”
Mr Dennisons is a vocal advocate for safer electronic devices and is the founder of the female hygiene community.
“The more we do the research on what’s safe, the more we realise the more dangerous the devices become,” he explained.
“What we do know is that the more people use them, the fewer people are exposed to them.”
Mr Jenson also pointed out that there were many other safety issues that could be caused by electronic devices.
“There are hundreds of different devices, from the most basic, to the most advanced, there are hundreds and hundreds of these things,” he noted.
“All of them have different risks, but the biggest risk is for the child who’s going to pick it up.”
Mr Zegen said he hoped the handout would encourage women and kids to become more aware of electronic hygiene.
“Women and girls are at the centre of this, and we have to get them involved in this as much as possible,” he argued.
“As we look out at the future, we’re going to need them, and I think it would really be beneficial for women and young people to understand the risks.”
‘Hate crime is going to get worse’ The hand out will be part of a push to tackle cyber crime and cyber bullying.
The Australian Federal Police said it is working with the Government and the private sector to support the introduction of a cyber crime awareness strategy.
A report from the National Crime Agency has also called for more research into the safety of electronic products.
Mr Zagens said he wanted the hand out to be a catalyst for education and awareness, and hoped that it would have a positive impact on the hate crime environment.
“For many years, cyber crime has been growing and going down.
But now, we have this new trend,
Updated April 13, 2018 14:30:15 A new handout for female hygiene professionals will be released by the Australian Government in…