Estonia is launching a cyber awareness campaign in July to address the dangers present in their cyberspace. The campaign aims to raise awareness among individuals and businesses about the risks of losing important data, account access, and money. The State Information System Authority (RIA) urges people to be more mindful of their online behavior and to test their IT skills. The campaign includes instructional videos and a knowledge assessment test, emphasizing basic cyber hygiene rules. It will run until August 4 and will be promoted through various channels, including street advertisements and media platforms. Additionally, a 10-part cyber security series called “Ohtlik klikk” (“Dangerous Click”) will be aired on Kuku Radio, focusing on informing the public about cyberspace dangers and their personal responsibility in preventing and dealing with cyber incidents. The RIA has already recorded numerous cyberattacks this year, including phishing scams, email and social media account takeovers, malicious script installations, Trojan horse-type malware, billing scams, and ransomware attacks. The cyber awareness campaign seeks to mitigate these incidents by educating the public and promoting cybersecurity best practices.