Kaspersky launches its Kids’ Cyber Resilience project this March 2023

Global cybersecurity firm Kaspersky will officially launch its Cyber Resilience Project for kids with a hybrid seminar on “Cyber Resilience through Education,” taking place in Singapore on 20 March 2023.

The company’s CEO, Eugene Kaspersky, will open the event and share his thoughts and experience about why it matters to teach kids about online safety and how adults can support them to become cyber-resilient.

Education policy and cybersecurity experts will convene as speakers at this event. They will explore how a collaborative and proactive approach to online safety and security can help children manage stress and recover from setbacks in a digital environment. The process includes equipping parents and educators with knowledge and tools to guide kids to identify issues online, i.e. sources of stress and discomfort, reduce or mitigate potential cyber risks, and provide support for those who may have been impacted by cyber bullying and other forms of negative online experiences. By fostering a culture of holistic cyber resilience in and through education, all stakeholders are empowered to navigate the digital world safely and responsibly.

This event is in partnership with the Centre For Cybersecurity and The HEAD Foundation.

Join us by registering online here or by scanning the QR code below. 

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Doors open

Pre-event cocktail & networking

Guests seated & welcome by emcee, Ms Trishia Octaviano, APAC Academic Affairs Manager, Kaspersky

Opening by Mr Eugene Kaspersky, Founder and CEO, Kaspersky

Welcome note by Dr Wan Chang Da, CEO, The Head Foundation

Presentation by Mr Ethan Seow, CEO, Centre for Cybersecurity
Topic: Digital Literacy & Digital Citizenship: What They Are & Why They Matter in Education

Presentation by Ms Noushin Shabab, Senior Security Researcher, GReAT, Kaspersky
Topic: Cyber Threats & How to Deal With Them At Home & At School

Presentation by Dr Jiow Hee Jee, Singapore Institute of Technology
Topic: Parental Mediation of Children's Online Media Consumption

Panel discussion

Post-event cocktail and networking