“The Cyber Safety Lady” is Leonie Smith, one of Australia’s leading cyber safety experts. Since 2011 Leonie has been providing cyber safety help and education for parents, school students, teachers, seniors and business. She is also the author of “Keeping Kids Safe Online” a step by step manual for online safety.
Leonie’s relaxed commonsense approach, combined with her long term love of the digital world and gaming sees her as a leading light in eSafety. She gives insights to the online world and offers practical solutions for online safety.
Cyber Safety Presentations
Leonie Smith is one of Australia’s most experienced presenters on Cyber Safety Education for Parents/Carers – Students K-12 – Educators – Seniors – Adults. She has been holding seminars on Cyber Safety for 11 years
Her presentations cover: Digital Citizenship – Cyber Bullying – Safe Gaming – Social Media – Privacy & Security Basics
Consultant On Cyber Safety
Leonie provides a consultancy service to business or organisations who want some oversight into their online safety strategy or materials. She also provides eSafety Seminars to business.
Parent Digital Family Coaching Sessions
Leonie’s one on one coaching sessions help parents to navigate the often complex online issues around online predatory behaviour, children online safety, cyber bullying, online privacy and screen time use.
High School Principal
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
Leonie Smith is a Trusted eSafety Provider.
The Trusted eSafety Provider Program by the eSafety Commisioner’s Office in Australia, has been developed to give confidence that eSafety providers meets eSafety’s online safety education standards.
Trusted eSafety Providers are endorsed by the Office of the eSafety Commisioner only after demonstrating their capability, experience and evidence-based online safety content. They are also required to comply with relevant safeguards for working with children.