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ENISA poster campaign with children of Heraklion

European cybersecurity agency, ENISA dropped in on Heraklion's School of European Education, to talk cybersecurity with children from the primary classes, and distribute posters. The posters are aimed at children aged 5 to 11, and offer them top tips to be safe online.

Published on May 31, 2013

ENISA head of Public affairs Mr Graeme Cooper and European School director Mrs Mpatala

The project is part of the Agency's ongoing work to promote cybersecurity with citizens. The posters are also being distributed to other schools, and are available to everyone across Europe as downloads from ENISA's website.

Head of ENISA's Public Affairs Unit, Graeme Cooper, said:  "Children and young people live online, and it's important for them to get the message about staying safe from an early age. We are very happy to launch this poster campaign at the European School, here in Heraklion, where our Agency has its seat. We congratulate the school Director, Mrs Mpatala, the teachers and the children for being switched on to cybersecurity!"   

To download the poster, please click here: Online Safety for Kids

Greek language online safety posters have also been distributed by ENISA:  Poster 1 and Poster 2

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