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05 Jul 2021

Monday 05 July 2021

Are you a parent/guardian concerned about how your child uses the internet or mobile phone?

Cybercrime is a very real issue facing families in NZ, but there are easy practical steps to help prevent it. King's College invites you to a presentation on the issues and dangers associated with the inappropriate use of computers, mobile phones and the internet.

Hosted by NZ Cyber Security expert John Parsons who gives you real life examples of children who have been affected by cybercrime. You will leave with the knowledge to help, support and protect your family.

Date: Monday 5 July
Time: 6pm arrival for a 6.30pm-8pm presentation
Location: King's College Lecture Theatre, Golf Avenue, Otahuhu, Auckland

For catering purposes, please RSVP below via eventbrite before Friday 2 Feburary.

Topics covered:

  • Online grooming
  • Sexting
  • Damaged reputations
  • Cyber bullying
  • Reputation Management
  • Learning to repel & report
  • Future proofing for employment
  • Screen time
  • Sleep
  • Families that eat together heal together.
About John Parsons:

John Parsons is an Internet Safety and Risk Assessment Consultant to schools the private sector and the health sector, providing specialist advice and direction on the safe use of Digital Communication Technology.

John was named and awarded a "Paul Harris Fellow" by Rotary International for his work in child protection online and in the community.

John works alongside Police, Children Young Persons and their Families (CYF) and Health Professionals delivering training in child protection to attendees who come from a wide range of professions. The focus of this work is the reduction of child abuse in New Zealand.

Click here to learn more about John and his work.