Fri, 27 Oct|
Free Global Cyber Day Workshop curated by KPMG
Having taught computer coding to 10000+ students at MindChamp, we deeply realise, the impact unsupervised exposure to technology can have on them. Thus have collaborated with KPMG to educate students about the importance of cyber security and how they can protect themselves online.
Time & Location
27-Oct-2023, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm IST
About the Event
KPMG in India is excited to once again host KPMG Global Cyber Day this October partnered with MindChamp.
The world-wide community initiative is aimed at educating students of various age groups, as well as the adults in their lives about the importance of cyber security. We know that cyber security awareness is more critical now than ever before for all, but it is particularly so for youth who are the most vulnerable.
Our Global Cyber Day program includes educational presentations and content aimed at three specific groups: students ages 7-10, students ages 11-16, and adults (teachers and parents). The topics we will focus on this year in the sessions include social media, online identity protection, cyber bullying, online gaming, and cyber threats, and can affect school children and teenagers in their everyday life. Our tailored curriculums can teach students valuable lessons on how to stay safe online and how they can champion the protection of their own personal data and online security.
What: KPMG Global Cyber Day
Who: Cyber security professionals (2-3) as trainers
Why: To educate youth about the importance of cyber security and how they can protect themselves online
Presentation length: 1 hour
Age groups/content: 7-16 years
Presentation length: One hour
Dates: 27th October
Content: Presenters can focus on covering any of the following topics, which are available to each of these age groups.
Children ages 7-10 years old Internet browsing, cyberbullying, cyber threats (phishing, identity theft/ impersonation), online gaming, social media and device security.
Pre-teen/teens ages 11-16 years old Cyberbullying, social media, web browsing, AI risks, online shopping and gaming, networking apps, cyber threats (phishing, ransomware, identity theft/ impersonation, hacking) and cyber careers.
OPEN FOR ALL STUDENTS