Cyber Security for students Resources

FBI Webinars on Financial Sextortion of Minors

February 21 , 2024 from 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Email by February 20, 2024 to receive a Webinar Link

Resources for Parents

  • Digital Health, Safety, and Citizenship

    This website is a resource for school districts and families looking for relevant, useful resources from across the U.S. federal government on key topics related to digital health, safety, and citizenship.

  • National Cybersecurity Alliance

    Empowring a more secure, interconnected world.

  • Stop. Think. Connect. Toolkit

    in 2009, president Obama asked the Department of homeland security to create the stop.think. connect. campaign to help Americans understand the dangers that come with being online and the things we can all do to make sure we are more protected from cyber threats.

  • The Concerned Parent’s Toolbox – Tools and Tricks to Protect Your Kids

    Protecting your children online can seem like a daunting task. There always seem to be threats from new angles cropping up on the 5 o’clock news. There are a number of useful tools that can help you protect your child on your home computers and devices, but you should also teach your child internet safety to protect them when they are away from home. The following list provides a bit of both, useful educational tools that can teach your kids, programs that can monitor their activity, restrict dangerous websites, and even block them from engaging in risky behavior.

  • 23 Great Lesson Plans for Internet Safety

    Help kids practice smart internet habits and stay safe online.

  • Stop Sextortion

    Sextortion is a crime that involves adults coercing kids and teens into sending explicit images online. The FBI has several resources to help caregivers and young people better understand what sextortion is, how to protect against it, and how to talk about this growing and devastating threat.

  • Sextortion: What Kids and Caregivers Need to Know

    The FBI has seen a huge increase in the number of cases involving children and teens being threatened and coerced into sending explicit images online—a crime called sextortion.

  • Take It Down

    Having nudes online is scary, but there is hope to get it taken down.

    This service is one step you can take to help remove online nude, partially nude, or sexually explicit photos and videos taken before you were 18.