Cyber security is critical to sustaining economic growth, building a connected global society, and keeping our citizens safe.
As part of Canada's Cyber Security Strategy, the Government of Canada is committed to working with provinces and territories as well as with the public and private sectors to keep Canadians safe online. Cyber security is a shared responsibility and we all have a role to play.
Canada also collaborates with partners around the world in building a global cyber security culture.
Public Safety Canada and STOP.THINK.CONNECT.™ have signed a Memorandum of Cooperation which outlines our commitment to work together to provide consistent and reliable information on personal cyber security.
About Get Cyber Safe
Get Cyber Safe is a Canadian public awareness campaign about Internet security and the simple steps that can be taken to protect yourself online. The campaign's goal is to bring together all levels of government, the public and private sectors, and the international community, to help Canadians be safer online.
The campaign is led by Public Safety Canada on behalf of the Government of Canada.
The campaign is an important component of Canada's Cyber Security Strategy, which is dedicated to securing government systems, partnering to secure vital cyber systems outside the federal government, and helping Canadians to be secure online.
Our mission is simple: to keep Canadians safe online.
Through GetCyberSafe.ca, as well as through other communications and outreach efforts, the Government of Canada's goal is to increase the awareness of common online threats and make cyber safety as much a part of daily life as the Internet is.
Cyber security is a shared responsibility – one in which Canadians, their governments, the private sector and our international partners all play a role. Find out what you can do and take part by following us on Twitter.com/GetCyberSafe and Facebook.com/GetCyberSafe.
About Stop Hating Online
Stop Hating Online is the Government of Canada’s anti-cyberbullying public awareness campaign. It focuses on cyberbullying in terms of social impacts and potential legal consequences.
As a comprehensive resource for parents and youth, GetCyberSafe.ca provides information, advice and tools to prevent and stop hate, cyberbullying and the non-consensual distribution of intimate images that can take place online, including through social networks and mobile messages.
The campaign encourages everyone to stand up against cyberbullying.