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National Police Chiefs' Council releases 'Stay Secure Online 2016' guide

Download the latest copy here, issued on the 27th July 2016 
July 30th 2016
Download the latest copy here, issued on the 27th July 2016
With an ever increasing reliance upon technology and social media, it is important that we all understand how we can positively use it whilst keeping our personal data secure.

We hear the questions "Where do we go to get the right advice?" quite regularly and there are many great resources, but today we are pleased to share with your a really helpful guide that brings a lot of that advice together.

The National Police Chiefs' Council has released a document, produced by the National Policing DCG Futures Group, that covers most of the common platforms and their relevant security considerations so that you can continue to enjoy the internet and technology without fear of the wrong person seeing your private information.

Please download the reference guide and let us know if you feel there is a topic missing.


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July 30th 2016 18:27