CISA is the operational lead for federal cybersecurity and the national coordinator for critical infrastructure security and resilience. Our mission is to understand, manage, and reduce risk to the nation’s cyber and physical infrastructure.
The goal of FBI-SOS is to promote cyber citizenship and help students learn about online safety while engaging in fun, interactive games. The program was designed to address current Internet safety threats while keeping each grade level's online usage and knowledge in mind.
The FTC works for the consumer to prevent fraudulent, deceptive, and unfair business practices in the marketplace and to provide information to help consumers spot, stop, and avoid them.
GetNetWise is a public service sponsored by Internet industry corporations and public internet organizations to help ensure that Internet users have safe online experiences.
A coalition of Governors, First Spouses, and State Attorneys General from throughout the United States joined with law enforcement agencies, and child safety advocates in the formation of the Internet Keep Safe Coalition© (iKeepSafe) a national effort promoting the safe and healthy use of technology.
NCSA is a non-profit organization that provides tools and resources to empower Internet users to stay safe online. NCSA members include the Department of Homeland Security, the FTC, and private-sector corporations and organizations.
NetSmartz provides age-appropriate videos and activities to help teach children be safer online with the goal of helping children to become more aware of potential online risks and empowering them to help prevent victimization by making safer choices on- and offline.
Staysafe.org is an educational site intended to help consumers understand both the positive aspects of the Internet as well as how to manage a variety of safety and security issues that exist online. Staysafe.org has websites specifically for children (www.staysafe.org/kids) and for teens (www.staysafe.org/teens).