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Optus Digital Thumbprint
Optus Digital Thumbprint supports digital safety and wellbeing with educational workshops, guides and resources for young people and families.

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Optus Digital Thumbprint has been endorsed by the eSafety Commissioner as a Trusted eSafety Provider.

Facilitated Workshops
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Supports students to learn what personal information is, and actions to take to protect themselves from identity theft and scams.
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Learn how what you post and share online shapes your digital identity.
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Learn useful wellbeing strategies to improve physical and mental wellbeing and focus on study.
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Learn about cyberbullying and respectful relationships. Includes help-seeking and reporting.
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Learn how to be safe and secure on social media, online games or websites.
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Supports students to recognise fake news and misleading content.
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Chaz Mostert supports Optus Digital Thumbprint

Supercars driver and Optus ambassador Chaz Mostert recently visited students at Balga Senior High School to talk about the importance of staying safe online as part of Optus’ Digital Thumbprint program.
The free in-school program supports digital safety and wellbeing with educational workshops, guides, and resources for young people and families.
Chaz was accompanied by Walkinshaw Andretti United CEO Bruce Stewart, as well as his No. 25 Ford Mustang GT and team truck, which students toured.

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Cyberbullying Workshop and AI Technology

According to the eSafety Commissioner, cyberbullying has risen by 40% in the last year. The rise of generative AI technologies is changing the nature of online abuse, making it easier to produce harmful content that could feature students or teachers.

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Take our new Protecting personal information quiz

Sometimes we share personal information online without knowing it. This makes it easier for cyber criminals like hackers, scammers and fake friends to access our accounts or steal our identity.

Think you know how much personal information is OK to share in posts and chats?

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Check out our First Phone Readiness Guide

While there is a lot of advice around the “best age” to get a smartphone, you are best placed to assess your child’s readiness based on their level of maturity and critical thinking capability.

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Take our First Phone Readiness Quiz

Our First Phone Readiness Quiz can help you decide whether your child might be ready for their own smartphone, and what are the things to look out for after they get their first device.


Try our new Protecting Your Personal Information workshop

Support students to learn what personal information is, and actions to take to protect themselves from identity theft and scams.

Digital Thumbprint Topics
Resources
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Student Resources
Access top tips from our workshops or complete a digital health check.
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Teacher Resources
Designed exclusively for teachers, these resources contain lesson plans, in-class handouts, top tips and useful links.
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Parent Resources
Helpful guides with useful links and tips for parents to build awareness and help their children stay digitally safe.

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