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Educators in APAC play a pivotal role in imparting cybersecurity knowledge, but more must be done


Kaspersky’s latest white paper revealed that 7 in 10 educators would rather use mobile data than a public network as a precautionary measure. However, 90% believe that there is a chance of their digital devices getting attacked in the future.       

Kaspersky’s latest white paper highlights the crucial role of educators in Asia Pacific (APAC) in enhancing cyber education in the classroom. A five-week study, undertaken as a collaboration between Kaspersky and Associate Professor Jiow Hee Jhee from the Singapore Institute of Technology, was conducted among 157 educators across India, Singapore and the Philippines. 

The research revealed that educators who practice proper cyber hygiene exhibit greater confidence in instructing students on identifying suspicious sources and managing suspicious emails. This confidence particularly extends to educators who are well-informed about appropriate measures or have received some form of training from an expert. 

Among the educators surveyed, nearly 70% would rather use ...


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