The Centre for Internet Safety is hosted within the Faculty of Business, Government & Law at the University of Canberra.  The University of Canberra is Australia's capital university and focuses on preparing students for a successful and rewarding career.

Surf Between the Flags: the Internet Safety Roadshow

The ‘always on’ society needs to interact with the online environment in a safe, secure, ethical and legal manner.  That’s where Surf Between the Flags, an initiative of the Centre for Internet Safety at the University of Canberra, comes in.

Surf Between the Flags is an interesting, engaging and contemporary presentation that will help you learn about the trends and issues of being online along with the risks and benefits.  This interactive session empowers participants and helps reduce the likelihood they will suffer online crime, abuse and potential exploitation.

Surf Between the Flags is free to all attendees, and is funded by PayPal and eBay as a community service.

The Roadshow travels through major cities as well as regional and rural Australia.  Sessions are tailored to young people, families and businesses depending upon the audience.

The roadshow was in Braidwood, NSW in September 2012 and in Chirnside Park, Victoria in November 2012 at an event run by Tony Smith MP, Federal Member for Casey.