About the Programme:  
The Internet is a wonderful tool that allows families to learn, share and communicate. It is easily accessible through PCs, gaming consoles and mobile devices. This extremely enriching tool brings with it certain risks and dangers and therefore should be used responsibly to ensure a family friendly and safe internet experience. In a joint effort, DiGi, CyberSecurity Malaysia, Childline and Ministry of Education, are committed to creating greater awareness on the positive use of the Internet. Therefore, the 'DiGi CyberSafe Programme' is a proactive initiative to raise awareness and engage various communities on the subject.

Through a yearlong nationwide programme to be conducted in schools and community centres in year 2012, this programme have engaged more than 5,000 students and teachers from 272 schools, as well as 1,700 people from
14 "1Malaysia Internet Community Centres" to provide them the necessary resources and assistance to stay safe on the Internet.

In 2013, DiGi CyberSAFE in Schools aims to empower up to 450 educators and teachers nationwide as ambassadors. Working closely with our partners, it is our goal to develop sustainable engagement to more than 45,000 students from 450 schools across the country through our ambassadors.
 
CyberSAFE in Schools 2013 Survey Summary:
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Program results:
Announcement on NUR ALERT through Multimedia Messaging Services (MMS)
NUR Alert is responsible to spread information quickly and as fast as possible to help trace missing children (below 12 years of age) who could be victims of crime or abuse.

NUR Alert comes under the National Child Protection Policy and Action Plan. The NUR Alert will be disseminated with immediate effect to help law enforcement agencies in carrying out investigation and lead to fast arrests.

However, DiGi subscribers must first choose to accept NUR Alert announcement via SMS. To receive the SMS invite, Type: DAFTAR NUR and send to 2000
Notices:
  • Announcements to DiGi subscribers will be through multimedia messaging service (MMS) which contains the image and identity of missing child. No charge will be imposed by DiGi for registration and acceptance of MMS-NUR Alert announcement.
  • For further information, please visit SKMM website at www.skmm.gov.my
    Suruhanjaya Komunikasi dan Multimedia Malaysia, Off Persiaran Multimedia, 63000, Cyberjaya, Selangor, Tel: +603 86 88 80 00 Fax: +603 86 88 10 06
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