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National e-Security Awareness

The Australian Government has partnered with industry and community groups to hold a National E-security Awareness Week from 6-13 June 2008. The aim of the Week is to help Australians understand e-security risks, and educate home and small business users about how they can protect themselves online. 

Open Forum is proud to support the initiative by launching an e-Security online discussion forum. During the month of June, we are publishing a series of blogs and commentaries about people's experiences with the internet security and protecting themselves online.

A major focus of the Week is the way business, industry and community groups are contributing to e-security in Australia, and we'd like to invite you to take part. Ask questions, tell us your tips or describe your experiences, and we'll get an expert panel onto the case to solve your problems and respond to your queries.

The Australian Government partnered with industry and community groups to hold a National E-security Awareness Week from 6-13 June 2008.  The aim of the Week was to help Australians understand e-security risks, and educate home and small business users about how they can protect themselves online. 

A range of events was held around the country during the Week, hosted by the Australian Government and its industry and community partners. A number of resources were launched with the Week to help Australians improve their online practices and security of their computers.  Most of these resources are available online through the Stay Smart Online website.

Visit www.StaySmartOnline.gov.au for details and step by step information on e-security.

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Open Forum is proud to support this year's National e-Security Awareness Week initiative by launching this new e-Security discussion forum. During the month of June, we are publishing a series of blogs and commentaries about people's experiences with the internet security and protecting themselves online.

A major focus of the Week is the way business, industry and community groups are contributing to e-security in Australia, and we'd like to invite you to take part.

Talk to us about what you are already doing, in big or small ways, to keep your customers and staff secure while they are accessing your products and services. Ask questions, tell us your tips, or describe your experiences, and we'll get an expert panel onto the case to solve your problems and respond to your queries.

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