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Safeguarding Children Online & Cyber Security for Adults John Parsons

An introduction to the risks of inappropriate use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) and how to mitigate those risks.

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Date and time:

Sat 21 May 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Virtual

Taupo

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Safeguarding Children Online & Cyber Security for Adults John Parsons

Safeguarding Children Online and Cyber Security for Adults with John Parsons.

The Internet is a target-rich and offender-friendly environment.

Online paedophiles are drawn to children’s vulnerability online. Topics include teaching parents how to safeguard their children online by reducing the expression of vulnerability. The impact of pornography is devastating for young people and this presentation advises how to limit exposure in the early years of a child’s life. John will also talk about screen time, the importance of sleep and its impact on educational outcomes for children.

Senior citizens are considered asset rich and isolated by criminals. John works with adults who have had thousands of dollars and in some cases, their life savings stolen by criminals. In the second half of the delivery John identifies strategies to reduce the risk of becoming the victim of a financial cybercrime.

Free online event - registrations essential and the link to the session will be sent to those who have registered prior to the event. If you will not have access to the internet or a data allowance that would allow you to join for the entire session, you can attend this session in person at Taupo Library.

Spaces are limited.

This community event listing is made possible with the support of NZTech

Speakers

John Parsons

John Parsons

Cyber Safety and Risk Assessment Consultant

John works with education, health and private sectors, providing specialist advice and direction on the safe and ethical use of Digital Communication Technology.


He is a published author of “Keeping Your Children Safe Online” and a social commentator who works throughout New Zealand and Internationally.


​“Empathy is a gift children share between themselves every day, so when we see it we should acknowledge it, and when possible, reward it” ~ John Parsons

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