The National Police continues to educate collectors about internet issues

There Policia Nacionala través de su provincial unidad de Participación Ciudadanacomes desarrollando cursos y talleres para facilitar a la sociedad en general, ya colectivos in particular a través de diferentes programs, all the necessary information on crimes and more common occurrences on the internet with the objective of being able to prevent them.

In dichas sesiones the agents abord questions such as cyber security, estafas y fraudes, spam, illegal downloads, identity supplanting, medium payroll or computer viruses, among others.

The association Future Singular de Córdoba has been one of these collectives who have participated, only once a day, in one of these information gatherings in which, in detailed and graphic form, the Security Forces have warned them of the importance of being responsible with the use of the Internet.

Gracias al Citizen Collective Program, the Policía Nacional maintains a more fluid relationship with the groups in which these integrate. De esta forma, la institución puede conocer los security problems that affect collectors Tales like associations of old people, traders in other vulnerable groups (like associations of people with disabilities), and articulate a responsible response in the application of strategies to solve the misunderstandings.

In a more segmented way, el Plan Director pursue to prevent any riesgo that affects the safety and the welfare of minors and youths, in the school and around it. The training and preventive information that is imparted within this Plan revolves around topics such as internet affairs, school education, gender violence, juvenile gangs and drugs and alcohol.

Principal riesgos of the internet

David Sanchez I am an expert in cyber security. He actually imparts the form of this specialty in there Cyberwall Academya training program coordinated by the University of Salamanca and the National Police. Además es mentor de la Cyber ​​League of the Civil Guard.

As he explains, the main dangers he sees on the internet are there grooming (techniques made for adults to make acercamientos a menores, like those making pederastas); el sexting (exchange of multimedia material of sexual character); there sextorsion (it is a technique used by children to achieve material that is more compromised by minors); contagions por malware (viruses that expose all device information, camera activation, download of photographs and documents, etc); frauds (the most common of what you usually think, that the minors are victims of frauds and that these use the data of the bank charges of their fathers) or unrecommended amistades (se aconseja a los menores que nunca admitan entre sus contactos a personas a las que que davvero no conozcan y no puedan confirmar si davvero son quienes dicen ser).

Basic tips

To the juice of this expert, the minors must only access contenido recomendado para su edad «ya sea por medio de control, supervisión, buscadores, navegadores infantiles o controles parentales». Además, «tenemos que volcarnos en concienciarlos subre las legal infractions y las posibles consecuencias de sus actions». Las cámaras, ya sean de devices de sobremesa, portables o smartphonesdeberían estar siempre protegidas y tapadas, «además de no conectar bajo ningún concepto la webcams ni send photographs to unknown persons”. At this point he points out that minors must be educated for this do not provide personal information «pero tampoco de sus padres o amigos» y es que es muy importante «que sean conscientes de que pueden ser victims of cyberacoso». For Sánchez, there is a need to avoid demonizing technology, «we must not meter them with the use of new technologies, but rather on the contrary, we have to cyber-educate and concienciarlo, but never través del miedo». In this feeling it is recommended to maintain two-way communication with children, talk to them and show interest in who they are doing online. Lastly, he reminds us that «we must be aware of all that we publish and write on the Internet, once again, We will lose control of your alcance».

In its charlas a colectivos de jóvenes, the Policía Nacional recuerda que «knowing the successes of the inappropriate use of red will also allow identifying symptoms such as nomophobia -adicción al telefono móvil y estar conectados- y el síndrome de niños caracol -auto lock up in the house with connected devices that serve the people of society-». Asimism abordan the theme of cyberbullyingwhich may be denounced a través de la Alertcops appdirectly linked to the Policía Nacional.

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