The Cyber Security Educational Program that everyone is talking about.
Preparing you for the 4th Industrial Revolution.


SafeCyberLife (SCL) is a personal journey you need to take in preparing yourself and your family for the 4th Industrial Revolution. SCL is an educational journey, just like when you learn to drive you must take driving lessons, that feature safety aspects on how to be safe on the road. SafeCyberlife is a journey for individuals to know how to build their Cyber Security at home and in their private environment. This empowerment is important for you to minimise your vulnerability to cyber criminals as well as preparing you for the 4th Industrial Revolution that is already upon us.

The Major Benefits of SCL are:

1. The Detailed 12 Steps of building cyber security and the 5 of 12 Steps as follows:

   1.1 Performing Technology Audit at Home.
   1.2 Password Management.
   1.3 Secure Email Training.
   1.4 Anti-virus Software Guidance.
   1.5 Software Updates.

2. SafeCyberLife is a service for a 12 months at a once off cost that covers the following:

   2.1. The Full Manual, digital copy, helping you to implement each of the 12 Steps above, with details on each step to guide you through the journey.
   2.2. Monthly and regular Cyber Security Alerts, to keep you informed on cyber security developments.
   2.3. Book Titled Introduction To Digital Technology and the 4th Industrial Revolution (4IR), in order to help you, your family or business to prepare for 4IR.
   2.4. Regular Seminars and Talks to empower you on special topics such as seasonal developments such as Festive Season preparation, Back to School campaigns, Cyber Bullying, Information Security for families etc.
   2.5. Kaspersky Anti-Virus software for 2 Devices e.g. your Smartphone and your laptop.

3.Cyber Insurance that covers you from events such as cyber bullying, data theft, extortion and many others. The Insurance is packaged in partnership with ITOO Special Risks (Pty) Ltd (Reg No: 2016/281463/07) is an authorized Financial Services Provider (FSP No. 47230) and Underwritten by The Hollard Insurance Company Limited (Reg. No. 1952/003004/06), an authorized Financial Services Provider.

What are the dangers
of our digital lives


Identity Theft

Identity theft is the crime of obtaining the personal or financial information of another person to use their identity to commit fraud, such as making unauthorized transactions or purchases. Identity theft is committed in many different ways and its victims are typically left with damage to their credit, finances, and reputation.

Victims of identity theft often do not know their identity has been stolen until they begin receiving calls from creditors or are turned down for a loan because of a bad credit score.



Data Restoration /
Malware Decontamination

In computing, data recovery is a process of salvaging (retrieving) inaccessible, lost, corrupted, damaged or formatted data from secondary storage, removable media or files, when the data stored in them cannot be accessed in a usual way.

Victims of identity theft often do not know their identity has been stolen until they begin receiving calls from creditors or are turned down for a loan because of a bad credit score.



Cyber Bullying / Stalking
Loss of Reputation

The use of electronic communication to bully a person, typically by sending messages of an intimidating or threatening nature. Cyberbullying is bullying that takes place over digital devices like cell phones, computers, and tablets. Cyberbullying can occur through SMS, Text, and apps, or online in social media, forums, or gaming where people can view, participate in, or share content.

Many people are reluctant to admit to being the victims of cyberbullying or may not even notice that they are being bullied or manupulated in their online conversations.



Theft of Funds

Data theft is the act of stealing digital information stored on computers, servers, or electronic devices of a known or an unknown victim with the intent to compromise privacy or obtain confidential information, financial data and funds.

Surveys and studies indicate money management apps are some of the most popular forms of pocketable software these days. About 63% of U.S. smartphone users have at least one financial app installed as we speak.

The easy accessibility of our bank accounts and banking products doesn’t just increase the convenience factor, though—it also substantially enlarges the threat surface for institutions and customers alike. Cybercriminals have a wide variety of tools at their disposal these days to capture customer information. Thankfully, customers and their banks have tools of their own to fight them off.