United Kingdom participated in the 'Security week' pilot project by organising initiatives and events in five major cities across the country
Oct 22, 2012 09:00 AM
Oct 26, 2012 05:00 PM
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Get Safe Online – the UK’s leading source of free, practical expert information and advice on online safety – organised the seventh successive Get Safe Online week, which had run from 22nd – 26th October. This year’s theme was ‘Click & Tell’, designed to get as many people as possible across the UK to pass on online safety tips to friends, family, colleagues, neighbours, vulnerable people …anyone who could benefit from the advice.
The focus of Get Safe Online Week was a roadshow visiting five major UK cities, engaging with the public in high traffic areas such as concourses, shopping centres, railway stations, leisure centres and other public locations. The message was also cascaded by Get Safe Online’s partner community as well as other interested parties. A number of celebrities and other well-known personalities were recruited to endorse this important message.