NetSmartz is an excellent resource to help everyone navigate the online world. Geared towards topics for kids, it provides resources for everyone. Great ground level information and resources.

The site covers topics like cyberbullying, online entertainment, smartphones, livestreaming, gaming, sexting/sextortion, and social media. Houses various resources and videos to help educate everyone about online hazards.

Safe and Secure Online

ENVISIONING A SAFE AND SECURE CYBER WORLD - The Center for Cyber Safety and Education is the charitable foundation of ISC2, the world’s leading nonprofit member organization for cybersecurity professionals.

The Center leverages the power of its robust global network of experts to serve the public by educating the most vulnerable about cyber risks, removing barriers and empowering access to enter and thrive in the cyber profession, and helping small organizations to protect themselves from cyber risks that threaten their very existence.

Cyber Security and Online Safety starts with the INDIVIDUAL. Understand that everything you do online is tracked by someone. Everyone post, like, comment, quiz, game, and search is tracked and data-mined to create your online profile for attack and fraud. Just like the physical world; Don't Talk to Strangers and Don't Go Down Dark Alleys - David Lindsey

Federal Trade Commission - Protecting Kids Online

FTC - Protecting Kids Online

How to talk to your kids about being online, and how to help them make good decisions and stay safe.

Be Internet Awesome

Be Internet Awesome

To make the most of the Internet, kids need to be prepared to make smart decisions. Be Internet Awesome teaches kids the fundamentals of digital citizenship and safety so they can explore the online world with confidence.

Kids Health - Online Safety

Kids Health - Online Safety

The Internet is amazing! But it also has some things you need to watch out for.

You're always you, of course. But if you use a smartphone, tablet, or computer to play games and text with friends, you also have an online identity. Games and websites might let you create a profile picture that represents you. It's fun to dress up that character and maybe give it a sense of style you'd never try at school.