FBI teaching students cyber-safety through free Safe Online Surfing Challenge

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — The Federal Bureau of Investigation has released their free safe online surfing program for students and parents.

The Safe Online Surfing Challenge program focuses on teaching student about cyberbullying and password safety while surfing the internet.

The game-style program allows students to answer choice and play matching games along the way based on the information that they learned during the course.

Christina Garza is a public relation representative for the FBI. She said that students need to know the importance of cyber-security.

“And so we know that kind are just spending a lot of time online, and this is the FBI’s way of trying to teach them a little about cyber-safety,” Garza said.

After students completed all levels of the course, students will take a final exam to showcase their knowledge.

To access the program, click here.

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