The Cyber Safety Lady is Leonie Smith a cyber safety online privacy expert based in Sydney Australia. Leonie provides cyber safety education for parents, students, teachers, seniors and business. She presents talks and workshops to schools, community groups and business to teach better online safety. She is the author of the cyber safety book “Keeping Kids Safe Online” a step by step instruction book on settings up safe settings on computers and software.

Leonie is also a sought after media spokesperson on cyber safety, she has appeared on 60Minutes, The Morning Show, Mornings, The Living Room, The Project, Studio 10 and many radio programs, print media and news programs.

Leonie Smith “The Cyber Safety Lady” Can Help!


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Do You Need Help With

  • Social Media Safety
  • Maintaining A Spotless Social Media Profile
  • Keeping your child safe online
  • Protecting your child from online adult content
  • What to do if your child is cyber bullied or preyed upon online
  • How to balance your child’s screen time
  • Kids and smart phones the do’s and don’ts
  • Privacy settings and safe sharing on social media
  • Avoiding online scams
  • Safe Online Gaming

Leonie makes it simple for parents, students, teachers and seniors to understand how to stay safe online using the tools they have at hand. Simple, practical advice for privacy, security and online safety.

Leonie Smith The Cyber Safety Lady

Cyber Safety Educational Presentation

For parents, teachers, seniors, employers, employees and children. Learn HOW to use your digital technology safely.

Hands On Workshops

Step by step the privacy and safe browsing settings for families, schools or business employees. Set up privacy and safety settings, step-by-step with Leonie’s guidance.

Private, Discrete Consultations For Online Safety

Leonie can help you set up your internet connected devices and ensure that your entire family is safer online.

Cyber Safety For The Workplace

Don’t mix business with personal online! Leonie can set up social media accounts for extra security and privacy, and train your staff or leaders to keep their online profiles, secure and presentable, to avoid your brand being embarrassed online.

Leonie Smith is an approved Department Of Education NSW Vendor. Her Vendor I.D is 100339452

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From A High School Principal

‘Since the first Parent Education Session presented by Leonie in 2013, we have noticed that the school is dealing with less incidents of inappropriate behavior relating to social networkingLeonie’s resources are often referred on to parents to support them in informing themselves of what their child may be exposed to.’ Josie Vescio Principal St Rose Catholic School

From A Grateful Parent!

Hi Leonie have just paid your invoice.  Best money I think we will ever spend.Without your expertise in all of this I think I would have had my 11yr old son off to the psychologist & completely stressed out myself.  You have pathed a safe way forward for us, & I feel a lot more in control of what my son is exposed to online” Many thanks A. Finnegan

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