- The Workshops will be taken by experts from the industry and law enforcement agencies.
- There will be hands-on practical sessions available for the participants
- International and national speakers/trainers are available from the c0c0n speaker list on special request
- Specialized technical/non-technical training can be arranged if required
What is Kid Glove?
Kid Glove is an initiative by Kerala Police along with ISRA (Information Security Research Association) to create awareness among teachers, parents and children. Kid Glove was launched in 2015 as part of c0c0n - International Information Security & Hacking Conference held annually.
Kid glove focuses on creating awareness and capacity to counter and tackle the threats of cyberspace. The activities include:
The activities include:
- CFP (Call for Papers)
Online Child Protection
Our new generation is getting exposure to cyber space at a very young age. Children invest time online to play games, make friends, and use social networking sites and so on. In fact with smart phones access to social networking, online games, shopping, etc. has increased significantly. The cyber space connects us virtually with crores of online users from across the globe. With increasing use of cyber space, cybercrimes are also increasing rapidly. Children are highly vulnerable as they are exposed to cyber space with limited understanding of cyber threats and safeguards. They like to experiment, learn new things and use new technologies. While experimenting is a good way to learn, it is equally important that proper guidance is provided to children so that they can protect themselves from adverse impact of cyber technology.
What all are included in the Workshops?
How can Kid Glove help in Institution/Organization?
Kid Glove can help your organization in;
- Defining a cybersecurity strategy
- Developing curriculums on cyber security for students
- Providing trainings for Teachers/Parents
- Conducting events for raising awareness among students/teachers/parents
- Advisory & Consulting on cybersecurity & online safety
Are there any charges included ?
- ISRA (Information Security Research Association) being a non-profit organization does not charge the institutions. However, in certain cases there will be nominal charges for meeting the expenses like (Speaker's D.A, transportation, accommodation, etc.)
- Venue and other facilities ( Internet connection, sound system, sound system, speakers etc.) must be provided by the Institution/organization