CYBER SAFETY DAY- ORLANDO, FL
The Center for Cyber Safety and Education is connecting companies with schools in need of digital citizenship education through our Cyber Safety Day event in October!
GARFIELD TEACHES CYBER SAFETY
Award-winning resources to teach our children how to protect personal information, think twice before posting and fight cyberbullying. Garfield’s Cyber Safety Adventures program is available for schools, libraries, companies and families.
JUMP START YOUR CAREER
The math is simple: A high demand for skilled cybersecurity experts and not enough supply of qualified candidates equals a world of opportunity. A career in information security puts you on the front lines of this burgeoning industry, defending the safety of all those who work, study and play in our digitized world.
MAKE A DIFFERENCE TODAY
“I give because I have a concern for the most vulnerable in our communities, the children and the elderly. I’ve personally had several elderly family members who have been victims of cyber crimes. I’m proud to know I’m helping facilitate knowledge to these communities.” It only takes $2.17 to provide a child with cyber safety educational materials.
LEARN, TEACH, AND GIVE BACK.
Get advice from cybersecurity professionals on how to navigate the internet safely. From parents to teachers and librarians, we have the tools and knowledge you need on the topics that you care about: cyberbullying, safe shopping, social media, gaming and more. Best of all, we’ve partnered with Garfield to bring you cutting-edge tools to keep classrooms safe and secure online. As your non-profit Center for Cyber Safety and Education, we can’t wait to help you stay safe online.
The Latest News
Over 2,000 elementary students received @Garfield's Cyber Safety Adventures as part of Cyber Safety Day #NewOrleans 2018. This year, we are bringing this initiative to #Orlando! Companies register here -> bit.ly/2VG5kcy #CyberSafety #IAmCyberSafe #internetsafety pic.twitter.com/LVPzk1joV1
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