Teach children, parents, and school teachers in your community how to be responsible digital citizens. As an (ISC)² member, you possess the knowledge and skills to protect your organization: Why not use those skills to protect your local community as well?
Safe and Secure Online Volunteer FAQs
Just click the sign-up button below, fill out the form, view your volunteer checklist, and you'll be on your way to keeping kids safe online:
*Please Note - You Must be an (ISC)2 Member to be eligible to become a volunteer.
Volunteer: Sujit Christy
I do a lot of security awareness amongst the executives in the corporate world. The children today are the leaders of tomorrow and they need to be made aware of on-line dangers and safe computing. Smart phones and computers have become toys in the hands of children, they are very vulnerable. It gives me satisfaction in educating them on safe use of technology and protecting the innocent children from the on-line dangers.
Read more about Foundation volunteer Sujit Christy on our Meet Our Volunteers page.
Safe and Secure Online Volunteers Receive:
To have the knowledge to secure your own children, and not use it to educate everyone else’s children is almost negligent. That’s why I’m a Safe & Secure Online volunteer, and why I donate to help support the expansion of Safe & Secure Online to new countries."
- Chris Trautwein, CISSP
Foundation Director, Julie Peeler, Speaks to IDG News/ Network World about Cybersecurity Skills Gap. Watch it here
Why I am Going into IT Security: (ISC)² Scholarship Recipient, Veelasha Moonsamy, Speaks to CSO Online. Read it here
Symantec Sponsors (ISC)² Women in the Information Security Profession Study Read it here
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