Technology trust is a good thing, but control is a better one. As the saying goes, prevention is better than cure.
A total of 37% of parents across India said their child were bullied online, with 14% of that total saying the bullying occurred on a regular basis.
With the whole world depending on online platforms for day to day activities, life has indeed become easier and everything is just a click away. We provide sensitive information online on a regular basis and children seem to be most susceptible to providing the same. The change in browsing culture calls for an alertness about the information shared on the internet.
QShala brings to you the Cybersecurity Workshop
When every class/assignment/exam is going online we want you to be prepared and protected from the scams that the internet hides. With your children being engaged online for almost everything in this pandemic time, QShala presents a Seminar focussed on topics that matter to children to help them become cybersecure in a totally QShala way!
What will you learn?
- Learn how to recognize Email scams and avoid them
- Design a secure website, the picture of which will always keep you alert while browsing.
- Solve cyber-bullying scenarios and find out how you can help or avoid the same.
- Learn how to recognize safe websites and avoid the unsafe ones entirely.
- What is a safe download and how can I securely shop online
Has your computer often slowed down, have you had to delete the apps, shift important files to external devices and such? Well, there’s an easier way. Information is stored in packets on your computer everytime you visit a website. You guessed that right, you’ve got cookies. Learn how to prevent these and safely exit a website when you browse. You don’t want your information staying on a website even after you leave it.
Find out what threats lurk on the internet and how to prevent them. Picture the ideal cybersecure website, find out what inbuilt features your device holds to protect you from identity theft.
Especially with multiplayer gaming and computer virus attacks and malicious links shared on social media, our identity and devices are at risk. If you have not faced it, you need to prevent it. If you have been exploited, you need to fix it.
At the end of the seminar, you will find yourself knowing what you need to avoid, the things we’ve been doing wrong and how you can not only prevent but help others prevent cyber threats.
Sign up to take the first step towards a worry-free online experience.