Child Online Protection Initiative

As of September 2011, Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (IMPACT) and E-CRIME EXPERT are engaged in a strategic alliance and partnership to exchange information and technologies, thus helping partner countries against cyber threats, malicious attacks and to provide advance warning and vulnerability data. 

E-Crime Expert is honored to be one of IMPACT’s official sponsors for their Child Online Protection initiative, along with Microsoft, Trend Micro, D-Secure, the International Telecommunication Union and many others.

E-Crime Expert joint IMPACT and the other partners in assisting schools and Parents & Teachers Association (PTA) to plan and deploy a sustainable Child Online Protection (COP) initiatives. Our programme strive to;

Assist Parents and Teachers to educate their kids and students on being safe online

 Inculcate good habits for safe internet usage amongst parents, teachers and students

 Understand cybersecurity risks and issues as well as raise awareness on information security.

Having this in mind, E-Crime Expert sponsored this event with an awareness video (designed, recorded and provided to IMPACT on 200 DVDs) on how to stay safe online, and addressed to  children between 11 and 13 years of age.

 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Nicole Basaraba for her great contribution with the text and video editing, voice-over and also for helping with the idea and plot of this awareness video as with all the other E-Crime Expert’s awareness videos.

Please have a look at Nicole Basaraba’s services offered thorough her website: Annotations Editorial.

 

 

You could watch the video here:

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  1. Alicia-Jayne
    October 30, 2012 at 12:14

    Our children are our future. This universal fact, coupled with young people’s particular vulnerability in an online environment, made a specialized initiative within the larger GCA framework a necessity. The legal, technical and institutional challenges posed by the issue of cyber security are global and far-reaching and can only be addressed through a coherent strategy taking into account the role of different stakeholders and existing initiatives, within a framework of an international collaborative network. The ITU and Extensia have partnered to coordinate the inaugural Africa Child Online Protection (ACOP) summit at the Speke Resort, Uganda in June 2013. This important programme will encourage the development of safe innovation, encourage international collaboration and partnership and engage the development of standards and policies, to create Africa as a continental centre of excellence. Through this COP Global Initiative, The ITU and Extensia are taking the next steps to develop a cyber security strategy for child online safety, in order to deliver significant national benefits by creating a more secure and safer online experience for children worldwide… Register your interest in attending here – http://acop.eventbrite.co.uk or email me for more information. ajb@extensia-ltd.com

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  3. March 31, 2013 at 23:32

    Hi Ecrimeexpertblog,
    Thanks for that, I heard that we have the ability to catch many child, even infant abusers by tracing them online but just don’t have the funding! How disturbingly sad and unjust. How can I help push the 1738 or Child Protection (nonpartisan) bill in the senate this month?
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