Supporting others to be safe online

Posted on Thursday, February 20th, 2020

Do you worry about the cyber security of the person you care for? Would you like to help your disabled relative or friend access trusted digital support? Lead Scotland offers accessible digital learning opportunities and prepares disabled people and carers to use the internet and digital devices safely. But some people will need ongoing support […]

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10 minutes to learn how to spot a fake email or website

Posted on Monday, February 17th, 2020

As life gets more digital, you might be worrying that criminals are finding more ways to make fake websites and emails look real so they can steal your data or credit card details. You can prepare yourself by taking 10 minutes now to learn about fake emails and websites and how to spot them. Can […]

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Have your say at Scottish Government Regional Events, February – March 2020

Posted on Wednesday, February 12th, 2020

You may have seen an adult learning survey circulating on social media and blog from our CEO, Emma Whitelock, about why some disabled people who need more support to learn needed a louder voice: click here to see the blog. The next phase in the development of the Adult Learning Strategy for Scotland is a series […]

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How to identify online scams

Posted on Tuesday, February 4th, 2020

You may have heard people joke about emails saying they’ve won the lottery despite having never bought a ticket! Some scams are obviously fake but fraudsters are changing their techniques to try to outsmart us. In a recent poll on our twitter, 83% of people said they were worried about scams. Studies also show that […]

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