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Cyber stalking checklist

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Cyber stalking is the use of the Internet or other electronic means to stalk or harass an individual, a group, or an organisation. There is no legal definition of cyberstalking but it involves Fixated, Obsessive, Unwanted and Repeated behaviour. This maybe to gather information, monitor or discredit the victim(s).

To help you through what may feel like a very scary situation we’ve pulled together some tips to help you become more secure within our cyber stalking checklist below. 

If you are a victim of stalking, it is important to report this to the police via 101, or 999 in emergency situations. Additionally, if you think someone has gained unauthorised access to an online account then this can be reported to Action Fraud.

If you’ve attended one of our presentations or you have reviewed our advice, we’d appreciate it if you could take 2 minutes to complete our survey as this will help us to highlight any gaps or know if we are doing everything ok?

Complete our survey here.

Our Cyber Protect officers have created a checklist that provides people with all the information required to best protect you from cyber stalking.

To download the checklist, click the document below.

For further information and support please visit our stalking page here.