Alternative Formats for Online Safety and Security Messaging

Last reviewed 14th April  2022

The NCSC’s (National Cyber Security Centre) Cyber Aware campaign gives 6 actions that you can take to stay safe and secure online. We have put this advice into accessible formats to help everybody to be able to understand and follow them.


Structured text document
(word document)
Structured text document (pdf)
Text Braille
Text large print
Easy read

English Audio and Video

British Sign Language
English Audio


Plik dźwiękowy po polsku (Polish audio)
Tekst polski (polish text)
普通话音频 (Simplified Chinese Audio)
简体中文文本 (Simplified Chinese Text)
التسجيل الصوتي بالعربية 
(Arabic Audio)
النص بالعربية 
(Arabic Text)
ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਆਡੀਓ (Punjabi Audio)
ਪੰਜਾਬੀ ਟੈਕਸਟ (Punjabi Text)
 اردو آڈیو     
(Urdu Audio)

  اردو ٹیکسٹ  
(Urdu Text)
Audio în limba română (Romanian Audio)
Text în limba română (Romanian Text)

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