Cyber Safe and Secure 11-17

Cyber Safety for young adults, parents and teachers has never been more important. 

 

 

Cyber Safety for children, parents and teachers has never been more important.

Awareness of risks is a major step in reducing serious incidents and driving responsible and enjoyable use of internet and gaming technology.

We have partnered with Cyber Security Challenge UK and National Crime Agency to bring a range of presentations and interventions to encourage young adults into the cyber industry and to make good choices with safe and secure messages for young adults aged 11-17.

Check out our initiatives below and contact us if you want to get involved.

Schools roadshow

Working with YHROCU (Yorkshire & Humberside Regional Organised Crime Unit) and ERSOU (Eastern Region Special Organisations Unit) to take the cyber message to schools. 

Finding out that less than 1 in 10 consider a career in cyber, security or computing. Rising to 8 in 10 after a lesson on opportunities and importance. 

Engaging young children and teachers to think differently about the future and their opportunities within it.  

Having fun too!!

National Crime agency Intervention Days

Working with the National Crime Agency, UK Cyber Security Challenge, Local Regional Crime Units and national businesses to create a series of pilot workshops for young adults to improve decision making in cyber security. 

Ensuring that young adults are advised against a criminal future and informed about opportunities within cyber-security and general information technology in industry. . 

Engaging young adults and their parents to think differently about the future and their opportunities within it.  

Changing lives in the process!

University Discovery Days

Working with the UK Cyber Security Challenge, local and national businesses to inform students of careers in cyber-security and the cyber-industry. 

Highlighting the opportunities for careers and opportunities at all levels and identifying talent to progress with the UK Cyber Security Challenge through camps towards representation of the UK at European competition and ultimately employment. 

Engaging students of all ages to encourage their future in cyber and positively impact the skills gap.  

Having lots of fun in the process!