Alternative Formats for Online Safety and Security Messaging
In both text and audio formats, the National Cyber Security Centre’s 6 actions to online security messaging has been translated into alternative languages: Polish, Simplified Chinese, Arabic, Punjabi, Urdu and Romanian. The 6 actions have also been made into text formats: a structured text document (for use with assistive technology), HTML, braille, and large print. Additional formats including Easy Read, British Sign Language and English audio are also available. The alternative formats are free and can be found on here.
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