Actionable cybersecurity data to protect

Actionable cybersecurity data to protect

Kids

Children are being exposed to technology increasingly each day and at even younger ages than before. Children also have a better understanding of how technology works than adults and parents. 

Teens

Information and communication technology has become an integral part of teenagers day-to-day life. It has just transformed the way they communicate, make friends, share updates, play games, and do shopping and so on.

College Students

We help college students be safe online by educating them on how to prevent their identity from being stolen, how to avoid scams and social engineering schemes and how to manage their online privacy.

Seniors

There are many types of financial and online threats, and it can be difficult to know what to do when this happens to you, or someone you know. The following data will help you quickly detect those threats.

Women

The increasing reach of the internet, the rapid spread of mobile information, and the widespread use of social media, coupled with the existing pandemic of violence against women and girls (VAWG).

Executives

Senior executives are primary targets of hackers, fraud and phishing scams due to their high level of access to valuable corporate information. High profile individuals, their families, and staff have never been easier.

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Teacher-led activities using animated videos to introduce primary school students to key online safety issues including cyberbullying, protecting personal information and sharing images. Students will be better equipped to understand and manage key online safety issues, including inappropriate or unwanted contact, cyberbullying and the risks of sharing images online.

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