Cyber Watch has a team of Cyber Champions willing to help you for free

Our Cyber Champions are Neighbourhood Watch volunteers trained by AVAST as part of the National NW Cyberhood Watch Ambassador programme. Many of our Champions also benefit from additional training from Hampshire Police Cyber Crime Unit.

What services do we offer?

Our Cyber Champions are keen to talk to (local) groups across Hampshire to increase awareness of cyber crime and to demonstrate ways to help keep you safe. Talks are tailored to suit the type of audience and can be with or without a slide presentation and in person or via Zoom. Talks are free (but we ask that any travel expenses are reimbursed).

We can Help

Who we help

We will help:
Any Hampshire group wishing to improve awareness of cyber crime amongst their members.


What we can help you with

Our Cyber Champions will advise on five key steps to protecting yourself from cyber crime, how a scammer works, and what to do if you or someone you know becomes a victim of a scam. The five key steps are:

   * Suitable (Strong) Passwords
   * Multi-factor Authentication
   * Maintaining your Privacy
   * Protecting your devices
   * Patching and Updates

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How do you request a talk from a Cyber Champion?

If you would like to ask for a talk by one of our Cyber Champions to your group or have a general enquiry please complete the form on the Contact Us page (or click the button below) and someone from HCW will contact you.

Legal Disclaimer

Cyber Watch is a free service staffed by Neighbourhood Watch volunteers. Our experts have diverse Cyber Security skills and qualifications, and are offering to help free of charge. While we make all reasonable efforts to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, it does not constitute legal advice and cannot be relied upon as such. Cyber Watch does not accept any responsibility for any liability arising as a result of reliance upon the information given.