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Combating Financially Motivated Sexual Extortion - Live Webinar

Updated: Jun 4


Join our free webinar combating financial sexual extortion

As you maybe aware, the financially motivated sexual extortion of young people has increased exponentially in recent months. A few weeks ago the NCA put out an alert to all UK schools, with a letter to parents, to inform them of the increased risks. 


CyberSafe Scotland invite you to join us for a supportive and vitally important live webinar to increase your understanding of financially motivated sexual extortion, and help you to respond positively to support your child or the young people you work with.


We are immensely privileged to be joined by: 


  • Ros Dowey campaigner and mother of Murray - who tragically took his own life after being targeted by criminals, and


  • Paul Raffile globally renowned expert in Sexual Extortion, Network Contagion Research Institute and Harvard University,


who will speak with Annabel Turner, Director of CyberSafe Scotland. 


This webinar will not only increase your understanding of the issue, but also provide an important opportunity for you to hear directly from the experts on how to help to protect children and young people.


Join us on: 

🗓 12th June 2024

⏰ 7 - 7.45 pm


During the webinar you will:

  • hear first hand about how the attacks happen,

  • the current patterns that are facilitating these attacks,

  • what the apps should be doing to prevent them,

  • what you can do to support your own family,

  • how to have powerful and important conversations with your children, and

  • have the opportunity to ask questions with our experts


Register for your free ticket here:



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We look forward to seeing you in the webinar!


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