Arbon, Idaho (PRWEB) August 20, 2014
National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) is observed every October as a way to promote responsible online behavior and make the Internet a safer place. To help celebrate the 11th annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month occurring this October, KidsEmail.Org is doing their part to spread the word by becoming an official “Champion” of the cause.
Last year, more than 340 businesses, universities, agencies, and associations became National Cyber Security Awareness Month Champions, helping others learn about cyber safety. This year, KidsEmail.org has joined the grassroots movement to encourage people and organizations to be safe online.
“It’s really a no-brainer for us to become an official Champion of National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The entire reason KidsEmail exists is to protect children from online predators and inappropriate content, while allowing them to have freedom and autonomy,” said KidsEmail spokesperson Brittany Oler.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) began as an initiative between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance 11 years ago. As people’s digital lives become more important and connected, the campaign’s message of "Stop. Think. Connect." is even more critical. The official theme for NCSAM 2014 is "Our Shared Responsibility."
“The internet is so integrated into our lives that we need to understand how to be safe, and how to teach our kids to be safe. Everyone should be able to enjoy the Internet, but it’s important to understand the consequences of our actions and behaviors and that of others," Brittany Oler went on to say.
To learn more about National Cyber Security Awareness Month, visit StaySafeOnline.org.
Launched in 2009, [KidsEmail.org is a safe email service designed to protect kids ages 4 to 12 from Internet dangers, including cyberbullying, pornography, predators, and email from strangers. This service allows kids to only send emails to and receive emails from people on their contact list, while also allowing parents to monitor email conversations. Visit http://www.KidsEmail.org to learn more and to sign up for a free trial.