The Stop.Think.Connect. Online Toolkit is an all-inclusive, Campaign resource all in one box. This Toolkit contains downloadable materials and links to other resources you can use to give informal or formal presentations to a variety of audiences or groups.
- To cover the basics, download our campaign factsheet (PDF, 1 page - 385 KB).
Spread the Word: The Stop.Think.Connect. Community Outreach Guide
- This community outreach guide (PDF, 9 pages - 1.3 MB) will help you pass along the Stop.Think.Connect. message. Community outreach guide printable version (PDF, 10 pages - 611 KB)
Stop.Think.Connect. Chatting with Kids About Being Online
- Looking for information on how to talk to your kids about cyber safety? (PDF, 19 pages - 19 MB) Use this comprehensive guide to help guide your conversation. How to talk to your kids about cyber safety printable version (PDF, 28 pages - 2.6 MB)
Heads Up: Stop.Think.Connect.
- If you are looking for a document that is geared specifically for kids, download the Heads Up: Stop.Think.Connect. (PDF, 5 pages - 889 KB) guide. Heads Up: Stop.Think.Connect. printable version (PDF, 8 pages - 147 KB)
- Display the Stop.Think.Connect. poster (PDF, 1 page - 173 KB) around your office, at home, in school or in your local community center.
Brochure and Bookmark
- Distribute the Stop.Think.Connect bookmark (PDF, 1 page - 178 KB) with simple tips and brochure (PDF, 2 pages - 392 KB) outlining key issues to attendees.
Stop.Think.Connect. PowerPoint Presentations
- Customize our Stop.Think.Connect. PowerPoint presentation (PPT, 14 slides - 1.2 MB), to suit your audience.
- Talking to kids and teens? Use this PowerPoint presentation (PPT, 19 slides - 1.2 MB) to help discuss cyber issues.
- Use our messaging outline (PDF, 1 page - 480 KB) to help guide your presentation to different audiences.
- Speaking to a group? Use our sample outline (PDF, 6 pages - 607 KB) for making your presentation.
Public Service Announcement (PSA) Challenge Winning Videos
The PSA Challenge, launched in November 2010 as part of the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education, called on individuals, non-profit organizations and corporations to create and submit short video PSAs encouraging their fellow citizens to be safe and secure online. DHS plays a lead role in the implementation of this national effort by encouraging safe online practices and growing America's cybersecurity workforce. The three winning PSAs promote awareness among teens, young adults and parents on how to protect against cyber bullying, cyber predators, and other criminal activity online.
See the winning videos that inspire Americans to Stop.Think.Connect.
The Cyber Security Awareness Volunteer Education connects security and IT professionals and others knowledgeable about cybersecurity with local schools to put their knowledge and expertise to use to reach young people. While intended to help teachers educate students about staying safe online, anyone can use the C-SAVE materials, and they are free and downloadable. We suggest starting by first using the materials at your children's school. We also encourage organizations and companies to make C-SAVE part of a commitment to bringing cybersecurity education and awareness to their local schools throughout the school year. Visit C-SAVE Online for materials or see below.
To meet the developmental abilities of various age groups, C-SAVE materials have been developed around three age groups: