ESPC Upcoming Webinar

Child Online Safety & Protection

The ubiquity of the internet and technology has transformed the way we learn, create, connect and are entertained. Parenting and teaching in the digital age can be complex and challenging. To support our children’s online safety and well-being, e-Security and Privacy Channel (ESPC) will be starting a series of Child Online Safety webinars on the following dates:

Session 1: Digital Wellness (1 hour) | Registration link 

Date: Tuesday, 1st December 2020

Time: 8pm – 9pm

Session 2: Online Grooming (1 hour) | Registration link 

Date: Tuesday, 15th December 2020

Time: 8pm – 9pm

Both webinars will be conducted in English and are free. Attached, is the flyer for your reference and further information.

Please note: This webinar is not recommended for children.

Registration is required. Please register by 25th November, 2020 before 5pm. 

Don’t miss this opportunity. 

We look forward to seeing you at the webinar.

Bahasa Malaysia: Perlindungan serta Keselamatan Kanak-Kanak Ketika Melayari Internet

Sesi Pertama, 1 haribulan Disember 2020, 8:00 malam hingga 9:00 malam: Kesejahteraan Digital – sesi ini akan menekankan pembelajaran yang lebih berdisiplin terutama apabila kanak-kanak berada di rumah dan di sekolah. Sesi ini juga membincangkan cara-cara penjagaan pemikiran yang boleh membantu kesejahteraan, kecerdasan serta keselamatan fizikal mereka semasa balajar dan melayari Intenet.

 

Ramai kanak-kanak dan remaja tidak sedar bahawa mereka berkemungkinan besar mengalami ketagihan Internet. Penggunaan Internet yang berlebihan, berpanjangan dan tanpa kawalan boleh menggangu emosi dan prestasi hidup mereka di masa hadapan.

 

Sesi Kedua, 15 haribulan Disember 2020, 8:00 malam hingga 9:00 malam: Pengantunan Kanak-Kanak – Sesi ini akan memberi penekanan khusus tentang pengantunan kanak-kanak ketika melayari Internet. Pengantunan kanak-kanak adalah satu kesalahan disisi undang-undang Malaysia 2017, Akta 792: Akta Kesalahan-Kesalahan Seksual Terhadap Kanak-Kanak Bahagian III, berkominikasi dengan kanak-kanak secara seksual ataupun menggalakkan seseorang kanak-kanak untuk berkomunikasi secara seksual.

 

Aktiviti sebegini masih berleluasa di merata dunia terutama di atas talian. Pengantun serta penyalahguna talian boleh beriteraksi dengan sesiapa tanpa sempadan. Sasaran mereka adalah kanak-kanak bawah umur. Interaksi sebegini boleh mengganggu pembelajaran dan emosi kanak-kanak yang masih mentah.

 

Family Resources

ESPC is working with various organisations and individuals to provide you with resources that can assist you to make informed decisions while at the same time promote the healthy and safe use of technology for you and your family members. 

This booklet is developed by CyberSecurity Malaysia in collaboration with National Council of Women’s Organisations Malaysia, Digi, University Kebangsaan Malaysia and University Malaysia. 

 

The aim of this booklet is to assist parents and guardians with cyber parenting in the digital world. It will help parents engage in their children’s online lives and practice setting relevant rules and norms to protect them. More resources can be found at CyberSafe Malaysia

Tik Tok Ban Explained

The Problem with Parents, Kids, and Social Media

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), UK has written an article on how to enjoy online gaming securely by following just a few simple tips. 

According to NCSC, UK, Many people love playing games online. In fact, an estimated 1.2 billion of us are regularly logging on, signing up and playing online. 

Unfortunately, whenever money or personal data is changing hands online, criminals can be watching, looking for some way to turn the situation to their advantage. 

The advice outlined below is intended to help safeguard you and your personal data when gaming. Whether you use a PC, console, phone or tablet, these steps will help prevent you falling victim to a criminal. This will leave you free to focus on enjoying the game. Read further at: NCSC, UK

Digital Kidnapping (Source: Today)

New 2020 Child Online Protection Guidelines (Source: ITU)

Source: NCSC, UK -- Protecting devices from viruses and malware
Source: NCSC, UK -- Dealing with suspicious emails

CyberSmart Parents Education Seminar—Keeping Your Family Safe Online (Source: RSA Conference 2019)

CyberSmart Parents Education Seminar Q&A (Source: RSA Conference 2019)