unhackable: it’s street smarts
FOR THE INTERNET
We teach you how to thwart cyber criminals, fraudsters and data predators by managing your online presence, protecting your personal stuff and guarding your money.
WE BUILD CYBERSAFETY CHAMPIONS
We are dedicated to teaching people of all ages about cybersafety. Our interactive workshops, training sessions, online resources and initiatives cover everything from online privacy to dealing with online bullying. Our goal is to empower people to take control of their online lives and stay safe while enjoying the benefits of the digital world.
Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you become #UnHackable
WHAT WE DO
WHAT WE DO
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WHAT PEOPLE SAY ABOUT OUR FOUNDATION
“The cybersafety workshop was both informative and engaging. I learned a lot about the potential dangers of the internet and how to protect myself from them. The session was interactive, and I felt like I was able to take away some useful tips. Overall, it was a great experience, and I’m glad I attended.”
KCF CYBERSAFETY CHAMPION
“As a senior, I sometimes feel confused about what I should and shouldn’t do on the internet. The cybersafety workshop helped me understand how online fraud works and what to look for. I found the training resources really helpful, and I’m now much more confident about using the internet.”
“We recently had the opportunity to experience the cybersecurity curriculum developed by the Foundation. It’s designed to help high school students learn about cybersecurity as a potential career path while learning about personal cybersafety best practices. We were blown away by both the content and delivery of the curriculum.”
KCF NPO CLIENT
“As someone who assists the public, and seniors in particular, with digital programs I have seen firsthand how seniors in our community are struggling with the rapid transition to online banking and financial management. Cybersafety training is vital to protecting seniors from financial scams and elder financial abuse.”