DLC Cyber Harassment
01 Cyber Harassment
A growing number of adolescents and young adults around the world face clear and imminent danger from the Internet. Instances of Cyberbullying involving insults, harassment and embarrassment are known to spark anxiety, depression and complicated mental health problems. The DLC Social Impact Community for Cyber Security collaborates with NGOs, Foundations and organizations to find solutions that proactively defend, protect and provide therapy to the vulnerable and the victims. This is done through guidance and counselling including training sessions for parents and teachers who in turn help spread awareness.
DLC Prevent spread of disinformation
02 Prevent spread of disinformation
Disinformation cyber-attacks use manipulated, mis-contextualized and misappropriated information. It is potent enough to cause societal breakdown and violence in the streets. The DLC Social Impact Community dips into its own concentrated knowledge base and partners with tech companies and agencies forging public-private collaboration to develop rigorous security frameworks that mitigate disinformation threats.
DLC Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Online
03 Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Online
Every child born has a right to be protected and live a life free of neglect, exploitation and violence. The DLC Social Impact Community rallies its support to collaborate with NGOs committed to protecting child victims of human trafficking, provide them comprehensive services to uphold their rights and provide options for a life of dignity. The Community also supports advocacy efforts that strengthen the response of the state and civil society to stop sexual abuse of children in the future.
Benchmarking Ransomware Resilience and Business Continuity Planning
This Summit brings organisations and their expert advisors together to benchmark resilience and business continuity planning, sharing lessons learned and enabling businesses to better protect themselves. By attending, you will understand how widespread ransomware is, the financial impact it has on businesses and why it is no longer a case of if but when you will face an attack
Date & Time: 22 - 23 Feb, 2022
Venue: London, UK
International Digital Security Forum (IDSF)
IDSF brings together international and national leadership and stakeholders in information exchange and collaboration. The goal is to build collective knowledge of lessons learned and to build partnerships for mitigation of major events.
Date & Time: May 31 – June 2, 2022
Venue: Vienna, Austria - Hybrid
Cyber Security is becoming a severe issue for individuals, enterprises and Governments alike where data is compromised through ransomware, phishing and malware attacks. Growing number of cyber crimes involve people getting tricked into fake job offers and promises to be exploited for profit.
Who can help
Cyber security specialists, IT professionals, ethical hackers, educational institutions providing know-how and encouraging research in cyber security, threat analysts, private agencies engaged in the field of cyber safety assessment and defence, NGOs working in the field of human trafficking, psychologists
What can you do
Share knowledge and know-how on cyber safety, help companies defend against threat and fight attacks, rescue and rehabilitate victims of human trafficking
The share of children among trafficking victims has tripled over the past 15 years, as per the United Nations. Girls are mainly trafficked for sexual exploitation, while boys have been used for forced labour. Let’s tackle this menace. #DLCSocialImpact