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Cyber Bullying

NATIONAL STUDENT CYBER PROTECTION PROGRAM

 An Interactive Program To Protect Students Against Stalking And Online Predators

FACT:

  • Only 20% of teens use privacy settings to make certain content viewable only by friends.
  • Only 20% of teens use private browsing mode in their web browser.

In 2006 a specialized Internet Safety program for student ages 7 to 14 was created by the International Information Systems Security Certification Consortium Foundation. The ISC is a international consortium of IT Security professionals in both private and public fields.

Q: What sets SAFE AND SECURE ONLINE apart from other online safety programs?

A: It is the only national program on Student Cyber Safety presented by IT Security professionals. People who Know How To Prevent Students From Being Targeted Online.

The Safe and Secure Online program was first introduced in the United Kingdom.  It is now taught to students in Canada, Hong Kong, and the United States. To date, the SAFE AND SECURE ONLINE has reached over 70,000 students worldwide.

The top three things that your students will learn:

  • Ways To Protect Your Identity.

  • How To Prevent Location Data From Being Attached To Photos On Their Phones.

  • The Consequences Of Cyber-Bullying And Music / Movie Piracy.

If your school is interested in this program, please call Lindsay at 484-928-0627 or e-mail Lindsay@ingercomputerworks.com

I look forward to speaking with you soon. Together, we can make the students at your institution more responsible digital citizens.

About the Speaker

Lindsay Inger has been a Certified Information System Security Professional since 2008.  She has a Master’s degree from Penn State Great Valley in Information Science.  She worked for Lockheed Martin for 10 years.  She now has her own company, Inger Computer Consulting, LLC.

Lindsay and her husband have one daughter, and Lindsay is committed to ensuring safety for children on the internet.  Lindsay joined the Safe & Secure Online program in April 2012.

 

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