CSU to provide crash course in teen data leakage
A new course in Riverina schools will be supported by Charles Sturt University academics warning on teens leaking sensitive information, funded by the eSafety Commissioner.
CSU academics will attend schools in 2023 thanks to a $87,870 grant and Associate Professor in Information Technology with the Charles Sturt School of Computing, Mathematics and Engineering Yeslam Al-Saggaf said:
“This project will show them how to change their device settings to stop the leakage of their sensitive information, thus empowering them to protect themselves from their smartphones.”
Students will take part from Kooringal High School, Wagga Wagga Christian College, Mount Austin High School, The Riverina Anglican College, Wagga Wagga High School
Kildare and Mater Dei Catholic Colleges.