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(ISC)² Press Release - (ISC)² Foundation Appoints Renowned Leaders in Security to Coveted Board of Trustees Trustee Positions Open for Additional Candidates
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The Safe and Secure Online educational program was created by the determination of the over 110,000 members of (ISC)². These cybersecurity professionals collaborated and established this flagship online safety program that teaches children, parents, grandparents and whole communities how to protect themselves online and become responsible digital citizens.
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As another successful year has come to an end, we are not resting on our laurels. The educational team at Safe and Secure Online is hard at work revising and updating our program in order to give you the most up-to-date information. We take our motto of making the cyber world a safer place for everyone very seriously. And the only way to do that, is to continuously incorporate new and pertinent information to our program.
Imagine your daughter or son, or grandchild or just the kid that lives down the street from your house being taken advantage through a “virtual” friend. This happens every day! Kids login to their favorite online gaming site, video-sharing platform or the latest apps and too often become victims of cyberbullies and sexual predators. In their innocence, kids engage in online conversations without realizing the potential threats looming on the other end.
Children and seniors are especially vulnerable to online threats as they are often trusting and eager to make friends. The internet has many positive things to offer but it can also be a dangerous place. Our Safe and Secure Online educational program teaches children, their caretakers, and senior citizens about the dangers that can be lurking in the virtual world.
It would be nice if the virtual world were an idyllic world but we know that it's not. So stay tuned and come back and visit our site to check on our progress; or better yet, follow us on Facebook or on twitter and keep abreast of our ongoing activities while also getting key tips on keeping safe in the cyber world.
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