As part of our public education efforts, the Personal Data Protection Commission (PDPC) and the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA) have developed a series of student activity books, Cyber Safety, to raise awareness of the importance of cyber security and personal data protection. 

The series, distributed to Primary 5 students in schools starting this week, follow Crypto and Synthia, our cyber defenders, on their quest to secure the cyberspace. The books contain fun and engaging activities for children, while educating them on the different aspects of online personal data protection and cyber safety. For selected activities, children are encouraged to discuss with their parents on the scenarios provided.

View the first issue online here.
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