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Keeping our customers cyber safe.

The online world is constantly evolving and changing the way that we connect and interact with others. That’s why we encourage our customers to always be aware of cyber safety. With each new platform, app or social media site, the possibilities for a rich, connected experience continue to grow. But, there are online risks, too.

Whether it’s phishing, attempted identity theft, or other cyber threats, we take cyber security very seriously and we want to help customers protect themselves and their loved ones.

The good news is that by taking a few small security steps, customers can enjoy all the internet has to offer, while staying safe online!

For further educational information, please visit the Government of Canada’s Canadian Centre for Cyber Security:

  • Protecting your personal information online.

    Knowing how to safeguard your personal information online is crucial with everything that we do online (shopping, web browsing, banking etc.). Check out some easy steps that we can all take.

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  • Keeping kids safe online.

    Whether it’s at school, at home or on the go, kids are online every day. It’s important to help our kids identify online risks, including the potential danger of sharing or posting too much information.

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  • Phishing and spam.

    Received a suspicious email or text message? Check out these tips on how to recognize phishing.


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  • Cyberbullying.

    Cyberbullying involves the use of technology (social media, text messages, websites, etc.) to make fun of or intimidate others. Unfortunately, what goes online, stays online forever.

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Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst

In 2019, Rogers signed a founding partnership with Toronto Metropolitan University’s Rogers Cybersecure Catalyst to help develop the Canadian cybersecurity ecosystem and fuel our country’s digital economy.

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Cyber Security Videos


Cookies, phishing, spyware – there’s so many different terms but what exactly do they all mean? Check out this glossary for more information.