Atlanta, GA October 4, 2012 – In support of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), Savvy Cyber Kids is releasing a new resource to help bring home the message of Our Shared Responsibility to our youngest learners.
Today, Savvy Cyber Kids launched a Savvy Cyber Kids themed STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ awareness poster at the 11th Annual Cyberethics, Cybersafety, and Cybersecurity (C3) Conference hosted at the University of Maryland.
Many States require inclusion of computers in the curriculum of state funded pre-K programs. Other preschools and pre-K programs utilize iPads or other tablets to enhance learning in the classroom. Now, a Savvy Cyber Kids themed STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ poster is available for classrooms to help remind our youngest learners about being good digital citizens as they grow up with technology.
Social Fortress, Inc. has provided funding to make posters available for C3 Conference attendees. A downloadable version is available from the Resources page at https://savvycyberkids.org.
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About Savvy Cyber Kids
The mission of Savvy Cyber Kids, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is to teach kids safety before they go online. Utilizing traditional learning tools, such as children’s picture books, Savvy Cyber Kids focuses on preparing children to be more cautious when going online. Savvy Cyber Kids focuses on engraining security awareness and ethics into the minds of preschool aged children. Targeting children at the preschool level will enable appropriate decision making to be second nature as the child matures surrounded by a world filled with interactive technology.