Next generation of end-users visits ENISA
Today (12/03/2013) the EU’s cyber security Agency, ENISA, opened its doors to welcome thirty five students from Heraklion's School of European Education. The children, aged between 10 and 13, saw presentations on topics including social network advice, online trust, privacy, phishing and cyber bullying.
Published on March 12, 2013
Graeme Cooper , Head of ENISA’s Public Affairs Unit, said “As part of the local Heraklion community, we were delighted to have this visit from such an enthusiastic group of children. With kids going online at ever earlier ages, it’s important they get the message on safe internet use from the very start. Thanks to Louis Marinos, ENISA’s expert in Risk Management, and Andreas Sfakianakis for putting together a thought-provoking and informative seminar.”
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