NBC 4 Washington, DC - Watch (ISC)² Director of Government Affairs Dan Waddell provide some cybersecurity tips for parents on NBC Washington for Safer Internet Day 2015.
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The Telegraph - See the incredible progress that (ISC)² Foundation Safe and Secure Online volunteers in the UK have made in The Telegraph article celebrating Safer Internet Day.
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CIO Asia - (ISC)² Foundation opens applications for 2015 Women’s Information Security Scholarships and Faculty Exam Vouchers.
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(ISC)² members wanted a way to educate the most vulnerable members of society – children. The Safe and Secure Online (SSO) program was introduced in 2006 in conjunction with Childnet International, and brings (ISC)²’s information security expert members into classrooms to help children ages 7-14 learn how to protect themselves online and become responsible digital citizens.
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Safe and Secure Online volunteers are already reporting that they have their time booked up in schools for Safer Internet Day Tuesday February 10, 2015. Safer Internet Day has become a global event with over 65 countries hosting varied awareness activities in schools and communities. The (ISC)² Foundation’s Safe and Secure Online volunteers have supported Safer Internet Day in the UK since 2007, and have challenged themselves to maximize their reach of students, teachers and parents with the Safe and Secure Online program. In each of the last 2 years UK volunteers have reached approximately 4,000 children between the ages of 7 and 14. In 2013 the (ISC)² Foundation’s Safer Internet Day campaign ushered in the launch of the Safe and Secure Online program in Switzerland. In 2014, a group of volunteers brought the program to Ireland. Safe and Secure Online volunteers are encouraged to mark their calendars for Tuesday February 10. New volunteers still have the opportunity to join the campaign in countries where the program is active!Any volunteers interested in developing the program in their country are also encouraged to learn more about how to make it happen on the (ISC)² Foundation Website or by contacting the program coordinator for their region (Lindsay Drabwell, firstname.lastname@example.org for Europe, Middle East, and Africa; Ciera Lovitt, email@example.com for all other areas).
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