Delhi schools learn about cyber security
Therefore that they can control rising cases of internet crime, the Delhi Law enforcement Special Unit for ladies and Children is conducting special sessions in schools to educate students about the do’s and don’t to be observed while using the internet.
“Go To School Initiative- Protecting Kids On the Internet” an initiative used by the Delhi Law enforcement that has formed 10 special teams, each including three officials from North Eastern states to reach out to people from these states.
The 20-minute presentation giving lessons on cyber safety includes the utilization of Facebook, WhatsApp and other downloading applications from the web. In the audio-visual presentation, the scholars are taught about the personal privacy settings on different interpersonal media platforms and ways of ensuring that the photographs and videos published by options not abused by others.
“A vast majority of cyber cases go unreported as children dread telling it on the front side of large audiences while some fail to understand that someone is misusing their profiles on interpersonal media. Because of this a significant number of children conclude being a vulnerable focus on, ” said Varsha Sharma, DCP SPUWAC (Special Police Unit for Woman and Children).
The kids were also made aware of negative and positive touch and were supplied with information about the several helpline numbers which they can use when in trouble. The sessions helped in creating a bond between children and police representatives.
In a month, the police made presentations in 290 schools, both Authorities and private by which you, 83,469 students have been made a part of this initiative. The program started out in November.