Cyber Watch has a team of Cyber Champions willing to help you for free
Our Cyber Champions are Neighbourhood Watch volunteers trained by Hampshire Police Cyber Crime Unit
NW Cyber Champions are Neighbourhood Watch volunteers trained by Hampshire Police Cyber Crime Unit and offering assistance to members of the public free of charge.
What services do we offer?
Our Cyber Champions are willing to:
Talk to (local) groups across Hampshire to increase awareness of cyber crime.
Provide direct support to individuals who are concerned about communications they have received or believe they are victims of cyber crime.
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Who we help
We will help:
Hampshire groups wishing to improve awareness of cyber crime amongst their members.
Residents living in Hampshire, who are 13 years or older and who are concerned or experiencing an issue with their own online accounts or devices.
This latter service is for individuals only – we do not provide support to businesses. If your business is experiencing a cyber security issue you should see the NCSC website for guidance here or contact your local computer specialist.
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. We will endeavour to help you with your problem or point you in the direction of other organisations that are able to help where we are not. 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.