Street Plays promote Internet safety, reach 50k students

Since February, ‘Internet Safety Campaign – Stop. Think. Connect’ has reached more than 50,000 students and citizens in Pan-India through its online and on-ground activities.

Kaspersky Lab teamed up with Data Security Council of India and initiated this movement in various cities of the country like Delhi, Bangalore and Kolkata.

They have now launched this campaign in Mumbai recently with Atharva College of Engineering – Malad, Mumbai. Campaign attracted registrations and participation from colleges in and around Mumbai like St. Xaveirs college, Rizvi college, SVIT College, Kelkar college, etc. They performed street plays based on themes like Internet Security starts with you, Identity theft, Virtual world are the threats real, taking control over your Digital Life, Online Gaming, Protecting your credentials, etc.

‘Internet Safety Campaign – Stop. Think. Connect’ is one of its kinds initiative in the form of a Street Play competition to increase the level of awareness on Internet Security among the young users.[image_library_tag 300/75300, style=”float: left;” alt=”st-xaviers” ,default]

The campaign involved a college outreach programme in the top Indian metros – Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and Kolkata. Participating team in each city had to ideate and present a creative theatrical interpretation of key themes around Internet Safety.[image_library_tag 301/75301, alt=”oreintal” ,default]

After the on-ground campaign in Mumbai, the Internet Safety campaign will continue online for next six months on and 

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