MyDigitallife.me provides interactive e-learning training that allows your employees to understand and reduce the cyber security risks they and your business face online.

In addition to our online cyber awareness training MyDigitalLife.me provides a much needed easy to understand GDPR e-learning course for your employees, so that you can improve your compliance

Our easy to follow and understand e-learning training focus on various subjects to improve your awareness of the significant risks surrounding your online digital use, be it on your phone, tablet or computer, at home, in school, whilst studying at university or in the work place. Each and every one of us needs to take basic precautions to ensure we are safe online.

We provide our communities of users with practical, easy to follow and implement, online security and safety measures to protect you and your digital assets from an ever increasing array of criminal and fraudulent activities; phishing, spear phishing, social media hacking, online platform gaming risks, password security, mobile phone and SMS fraud, mobile application security and use, Malware, Trojans, child safety online, age restrictions for social media platforms.

Staying safe on line is everyone’s responsibility

The threat of online fraud is very real. Whether that is a phishing email or a suspicious text we all need to be aware of the dangers, know how to spot the real from the fake and how to stay safe online and on our phones. Cyber crime is an ever growing risk and social engineering makes it and increasingly difficult task to not get caught out. Even the most the most experienced of people can let their guard slip for a second.

With children spending more time online we need to teach them the same levels of responsibility as the green cross code for their online use. Young adults venturing to university who are taking on more responsibility need to know how to ensure they are not opening themselves up to risk. We need to take this responsibility ourselves. And businesses have a responsibility to their staff and their shareholders to make sure they are not open to cyber crime.

Learning how to stay safe online is easy with MyDigitalLife.me, online courses for every age, from school children through to business owners. The simple bite size courses mean you will be able to stay safe online and keep up to date with an ever changing threat landscape.

Online threats are very real.  Don’t be caught out. Sign up for a MyDitalLife.me course today.

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Santander Smishing – Don’t panic

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HMRC Phishing – Entice you with money

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ASOS:Facebook Phising – Don’t be fooled be free

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Starbucks Phishing – If it looks to good to be true…

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Netflix Phishing – Things can look very real

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Apple Smishing – Don’t just click when on a mobile

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HSBC Phishing – Don’t click the link

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Facebook Phishing – Check the url

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Dropbox Phishing – If you aren’t expecting – ask the sender

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Dubzizzle Smishing – Risk of malware

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Halifax Phishing – Don’t click the link

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Amazon Phishing – Speak to them

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Increase in remote purchase fraud
20%
People opening phishing emails
23%
Identity fraud increase
57%
Viruses as a percentage of computer fraud
67%
People at risk
100%

Courses

The courses are made up of bite sized lessons that aim to entertain and inform. The unique format has been created to increase engagement with important topics that are usually presented in a highly technical way, leaving the learner confused and often bored.

Staying safe on line is something that is too important to think that it is too hard to understand.

Which is why we created MyDigitalLife.me

The CPD Certification Service was established in 1996 as the leading independent CPD accreditation institution operating across industry sectors to complement the Continuing Professional Development policies of professional institutes and academic bodies. Upon completion of the course learners will be awarded with the CPD Certification certificate.

The Certificate of Achievement will provide proof that the learner has studied the course and will contain your grade and classification level.

Business Users


Poor employee security awareness leaves your company exposed to a plethora of security issues and cyber-crime not to mention compliance and regulatory risks and fines as a result of non compliance with the GDPR General Data Protection Regulation.

If you are seen to fail to meet your EU-GDPR requirements as of 25th May 2018 you are liable for up to 4% of your global turnover.

Ransomware. Business email compromise (BEC). Social media phishing. Counterfeit mobile apps. Today’s advanced attacks use different tactics and vectors, but they all have one thing in common: they target people, not just your company IT infrastructure.

So learn how attackers are getting people to click, and what you can do about it! Organisations that are enabling mobility for their workforce are achieving powerful productivity benefits. With this new reality of mobile working also comes the need for mobile and wireless connections. Mobile traffic surpassed desktop for the first time in November 2016, representing a marked shift in how people access the web. Similarly, the number of mobile devices in the workplace has also exploded in recent years. As a result, it is vital for organisations to provide mobile-friendly connectivity, to employees who need remote access to corporate facilities. But also teach their employees about best practices to secure your mobile devices and the transmission of data to and from those devices. Don’t let your people be the weakest link in your company security. Show your employees how to become the strongest link.


Schools

All school children have access to the Internet, either in class, at home and more often than not via their mobile phone and tablets.

We all need to take action and ownership for safeguarding our children online.

As children grow and develop so does their use of the internet, mobile SMART phones, mobile apps, online games and blogs. The explosion of social media has altered the way that children interact with each other and potentially with whom they interact.

It is no longer acceptable for parents and tutors to be ignorant to the risk posed to young people online.

We’ve prepared some simple checklists to help you keep your kids safe online according to their age group.

Click on your child’s age to find out more:

Under 5 years       6 – 9 years       10 – 12 years       13 years and over

Our interactive e-learning sessions are easy to follow broken down into individual modules and guided towards specific age groups as necessary. Check out how MyDigitalFuture.me can help your school teach students to take responsibility for their actions and activities online. This does not need to be built into the curriculum but can be allocated to students as a piece of secure fun. [Enquire]

Colleges & Universities

As students move from secondary to further education at colleges or universities, their progression from and living at home as a child to living away, being a young adult is fraught with excitement, opportunity and risk.

Their lives revolve not around the class room or the lecture hall but around their friendship groups both physical and online. There is no such thing as a student without a mobile phone or access to the internet. At this time where there is massive change to their lives, they still maintain the naïve trust and use of their mobile devices and Wifi access to the internet to access social media, banking, online gaming, educational materials and more.

All students make extensive use of Social media. It makes us feel as if we are part of a friendly safe and secure environment by sharing with friends and family. BUT it is also potentially making us vulnerable to hackers and digital criminals unless you take extra precautions.

Added to this the availability and increased use of mobile apps, online banking and At this time in their lives they are at huge risk of online fraud in particular to banking and student loan fraud.

By starting to responsibility guide our students towards a better more understood digital life you can significantly de-risk students from the inherent risks of their online activities and improve the likelihood of a more secure digital future. [Enquire]

Consumers

Poor security awareness is leaving UK consumers vulnerable to cyber-crime. Our fast and carefree approach to mobile apps is leaving us vulnerable to cyber-criminals looking to infect mobile devices and steal information, bank account & credit card details, passwords and your identity!

With 3.8 million cyber-crime instances reported in the UK alone last year, cyber-criminals are taking advantage of our poor security awareness. Our naïve, at best ignorant at worst, approach to digital security exposes not just us but our children to an array of online criminal and fraudulent activities. It’s hardly surprising then that a recent survey found that 45% percent of adults have clicked on an advertisement promoting a mobile app, movie or game and 37% have clicked on a link in an email, website or social media feed to download an app, movie or game or register for a free cash prize! All of which could be fraudulent!

Our use of Social media also makes us feel as if we are part of a friendly safe and secure environment by sharing with friends and family. BUT it is also potentially making you vulnerable to hackers and digital criminals unless you take extra precautions. By starting to take control of your digital life you can significantly de-risk yourself to fraud.

• Don’t post everything about your life online.

• Use strong passwords, with upper & lower case letters, numbers & symbols.

• Configure your profile privacy settings.

• Keep your antivirus and operating system up-to-date.

Learn how to keep you, your family and your online digital assets safer and more secure. [Enquire]

About us

MyDigitalLife.me and MyDigitalFuture.me was the brain child of our founder. Mike has spent over 20 years in leadership roles within the technology sector. As a father, he saw the risks that his own children were exposed to online.

And with his children growing up and leaving for university a whole new range of risks became apparent. Mike looked for an easy way to educate his own children and finding nothing he created MyDigitalFuture.me aimed at educating students and parents about the ongoing and evolving risks in the digital world.

MyDigitalLife.me was established to provide a clear and coherent e-learning platform to provide businesses with an easy and cost effective means of educating their employees to the risks that they expose themselves and their employers to in terms of cyber security risks and compliance to the EU-GDPR General Data Protection Regulation.

The MyDigitalLife.me team is made up of people who are passionate about helping others stay safe online. This passion runs through school age children, older students, parents and into business. We believe that it is everyone’s responsibility to understand the risks and to know how to take practical steps to protect themselves against it.

The team has spent over a year researching the best information available and have bought it all together in simple bite sized lessons.

Each subject is tailored for the audience making it easy to understand, making the recommendations easy to implement and keeping the learner safe.

Working with educators and business leaders MyDigitalLife.me has crafted courses that are relevant and needed in today’s digital world.

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