Kaspersky Lab uses its strong expertise and leadership in the digital security industry to make sure children’s online security gets at least as much attention and care as that of individual adult Internet users, businesses or public infrastructure.
Kaspersky Lab allocated 130,000 EUR in 2015 to a project intended to explore the issues of children’s online security, parent education and the development of effective security solutions. KL is working on this project together with the European Schoolnet (EUN), a non-profit uniting 30 European education ministries.
We have joined forces with the University of Shizuoka (Japan) in a project to research grade school students’ smartphone activity and identify potential vulnerabilities.
Kaspersky Lab has become a member of the Family Online Safety Institute, a leading international organization that designs and arranges online security curricula and training programs.
Kaspersky Lab spearheaded the project wordscansave.me, which produced a website that provides answers to questions from children and teens who have fallen victim to online bullying.