Digi holds Yellow Heart CyberSafe schools competition

Tuesday 18 February 2020 | 18:13 CET | News
Digi Telecommunications said it collaborated with the Ministry of Education Malaysia and Google Malaysia to launch the second iteration of the Yellow Heart CyberSafe in Schools Competition in conjunction with Safer Internet Day. The competition is part of the CyberSafe in Schools public-private initiative that started in 2011 to address rising concerns around online risks through awareness raising, capacity building for digital resilience and to empower schoolchildren and teachers with digital citizenship skills to stay safe online. 

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Categories: Internet
Companies: DiGi Telecommunications / Google
Countries: Malaysia
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