CSG Computer Services has chosen Keep Children Safe Online (KCSO) as its latest partnership and is now a gold sponsor.
This means the company can select a number of primary schools in the local area to send important cyber security resource packs to, as well as run educational workshops.
Unlike any other organisation, KCSO works directly with children; educating and teaching them in a practical way about staying safe online. KCSO’s unique interactive education platform utilises award winning technology to help children from age four learn the rules of the internet jungle in a practical way.
Ron Vyse, managing director of CSG Computer Services, said:
“Being both a family business and specialists in cyber security, we are fully aware of the dangers children face online every day. In the busy digital landscape it is crucial that they learn how to stay safe online, and what to do if they think they might be speaking to someone who may have other intentions.
“When you look at the statistics on how many young children are groomed online, it’s shocking. We’re glad we can help in our own way and help shed light on how children can navigate the internet safely.”
If you want to find out more about KCSO, you can visit their website here.
Get in touch to find out how your school can get their hands on cyber security booklets!