Creating Stronger Passwords

Passwords are difficult to remember. Here’s a simple way you can create memorable, strong passwords. Also find out about two step verification which is another way of making accounts like your Gmail, YouTube, Dropbox or Twitter accounts more secure.


Using Public Wi-Fi Hotspots

When technology’s at its best, it’s invisible. I don’t know who said it first but I think it’s true and we certainly notice it when it breaks or lets us down. We’re getting used to an always on, always connected way of life and we want the internet in our pockets when we go out and about. This video shows some of the simple precautions you can take to help protect yourself.



This consists of five videos rolled into one. The five separate videos can be seen on this page along with downloadable resources.

The topics covered are:

  • Time wasted and three simple fixes
  • Time and money
  • The agenda and preparation
  • The bike shed effect
  • Personalities and team players

The series is priced as one video and available as a single video and/or five separate ones.


Spotting Phishing Emails

Scammers are getting more and more sophisticated so we need to be able to recognise the tricks they use so that we don’t fall for them.


Social Media and Work

We’re all using social media these days, but have you ever stopped to think about how it could impact on your job?


Whistleblowing at Work

When there is wrongdoing in an organisation, people usually know about it, but are often afraid to do anything. This video explains what protection is available and also what criteria need to be met in order for the whistleblower to be protected. If you’d like more information.


Equality Diversity and Inclusion

The videos starts by showing some of the heinous crimes that have been committed against people because they are different. It then goes on to look at the nine protected characteristics which offer legal protection under the 2010 Equality Act. These characteristics are then used to show how people are discriminated against either through direct, indirect or dual discrimination or discrimination through association or perception.

The video then goes on to show that differences are often used to mock, tease, harass and bully.


Communicating with people who have hearing loss

One in six people in the UK have some form of hearing loss. This video shows what you can do to make communication easier.


Data Protection

This affects all of us, and shows how it’s just as applicable to how we handle our own data in our personal lives, as it is to handling other peoples’ data at work.


Information Security

Information security is becoming more and more important. Criminals are stealing our information and using it for profit. We need to be more aware of what we have, what would happen if it got into the wrong hands, and what we need to do to protect it. This video will help get you thinking about the information you have and ways to keep it secure.


Information Security for Smartphones and Mobile Devices

Aimed at smartphone and tablet users. We created this as so many of us have moved over to mobile technology without really thinking about the security implications


Anti-Money Laundering

Criminals couldn’t operate if they weren’t able to use their illegal gains. Anti-money laundering legislation is designed to help fight financial crime and also anyone trying to use the proceeds of crime.


Bribery and Corruption Indicators

Some of the common things to look for which could be an indicator that bribery and corruption are taking place.