Kaspersky signs MOU with Singapore-based Centre For Cybersecurity
Leading cybersecurity firm, Kaspersky, has partnered with Centre For Cybersecurity (CFC), a Singapore-based cybersecurity training organisation, to design and implement a comprehensive Cyber Resilience Programme for educators, parents, and students in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region.
Formalised through a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed on 20th March, the partnership intends to create and implement several joint activities on kids' cyber resilience. It had commenced with a kick-off event held on the same day, hosted by The HEAD Foundation, an international charitable organisation that does philanthropic work in education.
Chris Connell, Managing Director for Asia-Pacific at Kaspersky, and Ethan Seow, Chief Executive Officer of CFC, signed the agreement.
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