Bletchley Park to offer cyberspace security advice

The home of Britain’s World War II codebreakers, Bletchley Park, is to offer internet safety advice to children.
Bletchley Park Trust, said: “The work undertaken at Bletchley made a real difference and helped to change the course of history.”
With this project “We hope to inspire the next generation of potential codebreakers and cybersecurity experts to keep us safe in the digital world.”

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-beds-bucks-herts-24648247

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One thought on “Bletchley Park to offer cyberspace security advice

  1. Comment by Dr Patrick Camilleri

    “Like it or not the World Wide Web is here to stay.
    With our younger counterparts living through it, it has become practically impossible to separate one from the other. So this is what the British intend to do.
    Rather than forcibly banning its use, a better way around is to educate children how to safely and responsibly ‘navigate’ through and around.
    Consequently while playing safe children are also developing their own personal critical skills. “

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