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Without the most up-to-date version of your browser, you may be more vulnerable to cybersecurity threats, such as viruses and ransomware.

You also may have problems viewing our latest site features, as Telstra's website does not support outdated browsers. Find out more about staying safe online.

Your resources

Find a download for your specific cyber safety question and help your kids, school, or community group combat the issues around online security.

We've partnered with the Women's Services Network (WESNET), Australia's peak body for domestic and family violence services, to help women impacted by domestic violence stay safely connected. We're providing smartphones, pre-paid credit and information on the safe use of technology to WESNET to distribute to their partner agencies across the country that work directly with clients impacted by domestic violence.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence:

  • In an emergency call the police 000
  • Call 1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) to speak to a trained counsellor from the National Sexual Assault, Domestic and Family Violence Counselling Service
  • Access online counselling at 1800respect.org.au

Watch the Safe Connections video

Read the Safe Connections mobile tips (PDF, 1.87MB)

Deciding when a child is ready for their first smartphone is a big decision for parents. Telstra’s Smartphone Safety Hub provides a range of tools, tips and advice to guide and support parents who are bringing a smartphone into their child’s life and are looking to optimise cyber-safety and security.