Connecting Scotland has provided an excellent source of information and links. This tells you about things like how to create secure passwords, how to make secure video calls and how not to donate to fake charities.
Many people use video calls to stay in touch with family and friends. The National Centre for Cyber Security (NCSC) have guidance on how to do video calls safely.
Learn My Way has a short course for anyone who’s new to the internet. It covers some of the basics of staying safe online. You need to register to participate but the course is free.
We all need to make sure that information shared as part of the use of digital devices in care homes is as safe and secure as it can be. SCVO has in-depth resources about understanding the digital tools you may use, informed consent and safeguarding vulnerable groups.
The Open University run a free course, 'Introduction to cyber security: stay safe online' to help you stay safe online, to understand online security and to start protecting your digital life. You will learn how to recognise the threats that could harm you online and the steps you can take to reduce the chances that this may happen to you.