Australian Cybersafety Program for Schools Launch

This week the Melbourne Football Club have teamed up with Kaspersky to launch the Digital Demons program. The aim is to provide cybersafety advice and training to teachers, parents, students and community groups.

The program kicked off with a professional development event for teachers with training provided by Robyn Treyvaud, from Cyber Safe Kids and Melissa Sevil, from the Australian
Federal Police.

It is excellent that the Melbourne Football Club is taking a lead in promoting cybersafety and we look forward to seeing how this program develops.

About Gavin May

Gavin May is a parent at Ivanhoe Grammar School and formerly the Director of ICT. www.icybersafe.com is aimed at helping parents live in a connected world, where the internet is central to much of what we do, and certainly much of what our children do. The easy option is to just block it - the better option is to get involved and stay informed.
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