Working Safe Online
Working Safe Online
Almost every business relies on the internet to some degree or another for communications, transactions, payments and data access. Unfortunately the internet has also become a channel of choice for criminals to commit financial and other crimes. Farmers and farm family members need to be aware of how to keep their business and themselves safe online.
‘Working Safe Online’ is available as an online webinar and lasts for about 2 hours. It aims to create awareness of the risks and how to protect your online activities. The webinar provides you with information and guidance about:
- the benefits and risks of working online and using online services
- how to keep your devices safe and secure
- protecting your operating systems and application software
- how to keep you and your information safe and secure while communicating, carrying out transactions and accessing information online
These are live webinars and you will have the opportunity to ask questions of the trainers.
Who are the Workshops for?
The workshops are free to farmers, members of the farm family and employees. You will need to pre-register to be sure of a place.
Click on the ‘Apply for this Course’ button at the bottom of the page. If you are new to the online booking system, you will need to register before booking a place. If you have used the online booking system for previous courses, then log in using your existing log-in details. You will find the ‘Working Safe Online’ webinars listed in the course directory under ‘Farm Family Key Skills – CAFRE’
If booking into a webinar, please book at least 48 hours before the event to ensure you receive log-in details in advance.
- Wednesday 26th January 2022 – Online Webinar – 7.30pm
- Thursday 27th January 2022 – Online Webinar – 7.30pm
Before you register for a webinar, it is recommended that you carry out a speed test on your broadband. You will need download and upload speeds of at least 2mb/second to fully participate in the webinar.
Booking terms and conditions
CAFRE booking terms and conditions are available by clicking here