What we offer


Cliff has conducted information sessions for the Department of Education’s Teacher and Principal forums on cyber security and safety, as well as training NSW Police School Liaison Officers in cyber safety. 

Presentations and workshops are customised for schools to educate students, teachers and parents about online dangers and how to stay safe in a cyber world. 


Course structure


Our courses and presentations are customised for each client and range from an introductory overview for those with minimal knowledge or awareness to an interactive workshop using tablets and mobile devices in real time. 


Student Session

Students participate in informative and entertaining sessions covering a range of age appropriate topics such as:

  • Being a good digital citizen
  • Laws (why we don’t use computers to cyber bully)
  • Creating super strong passwords
  • Digital footprints
  • What is an online stranger
  • Social media rules

Teacher Session

Teachers can learn about cyber safety techniques to strengthen their own online presence and provide resilience training to students. Topics include:

  • Information privacy
  • Password strength and good practice
  • NSW laws relating to digital technologies
  • Introduction to darknets (hidden websites)
  • Digital footprints and online stalking
  • What happens when students identify online issues
  • Social media safety

Parent Session

Parents can learn about home cyber safety tips to strengthen their family’s cyber presence including:

  • What are the biggest security threats to kids?
  • Digital footprints and online stalking
  • Free Wi-Fi dangers
  • How do I talk with my child about security?
  • Social media safety
  • Cyberbullying laws
  • How do we protect our family’s computers?

_Cliff Harris


Cliff is a former Team Leader of the New South Wales Police Cybercrime Command.


1-2 hour workshops and half / full day sessions

_suitable for

Children between 5 - 12 years-old
Teens between 13 - 18 years-old

_students testimonials

Cliff conducted information sessions across Years 3 to 6 which focused on being a good digital citizen, privacy concepts, cyber bullying, laws relating to computer use and online strangers. His lessons were well planned and engaging, including fun interactive presentation methods with age appropriate content.”



Michele Chandler | Head of Primary, Lindisfarne Grammar School

“Just wanted to let you know how well the training went at St John the Baptist Woy Woy. Cliff was a fantastic presenter, from the Kinders right up to Year 6. The teacher feedback has been excellent. The two parent sessions were well attended and parents are just so grateful to receive help and information.  

So thank you – I’m so glad we came across your company.”

Ann Hall | St John the Baptist Woy Woy

“Tweed Shire Council has engaged Cliff Harris for investigation and mitigation measures, as well as providing advice to Councillors and senior staff on cyber security threats and measures. Council has found Cliff to be exceptionally knowledgeable and skilled in cyber security, an effective communicator to non-technical staff and practical in his recommendations. Cliff has also presented to the Northern Rivers Organisation of Council’s”.


Troy Green PSM | General Manager, Tweed Shire Council

“Cyberowls is a fantastic program that provides valuable information for students and parents about various threats that exist within the digital world.  Cliff is engaging and has a wealth of knowledge


Kate Croucher | Scone Public School

“The variety of presentation modes made the presentation very engaging. Cliff touched on sensitive areas VERY appropriately not allowing emotions to play into distracting students from the seriousness of issues both now and in the future. Cyberowls made a great impact on all levels of students, teachers and parents. Highly recommended.”


Mrs Libby Sansome | Head of Teaching and Learning 

St Paul’s Lutheran Primary School & Kindergarten

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