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Today’s fast-paced world provides students with an increasing number of digital tools at their fingertips – both in school and at home.

As a teacher, it’s important to make digital safety a priority in your classroom and ensure that your students know how to act safely, responsibly, and thoughtfully online. The Intel® Security Digital Safety Program gives you the resources you need to educate your students how to make smart and secure decisions online.

Using the interactive curriculum resources below, you and your students will gain critical information on cybersafety, cybersecurity, and cyberethics. The content is fueled by learnings from experts at Intel Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance and provides crucial lessons on stranger danger awareness, malware and malicious websites, and cyberbullying, making sure that your students grow to become responsible digital citizens. Additionally, the accompanying educator guides will help you navigate the content, and provide activity ideas that connect these lessons to your core classroom curriculum.


Help your students learn the basics of digital safety so they can make the right decisions when it comes to staying safe online. Provide your students with lessons on privacy settings, geo-tagging, and how talking to a stranger online is just as dangerous as talking to a stranger in person.


It’s important to be cybersecure in order to keep devices and personal information safe from today’s online threats. This section covers critical topics including how to create strong passwords, and how to identify malware and malicious websites.


Knowing how to act responsibly online is a core component of being a good digital citizen. This section tackles the fundamentals of appropriate digital behavior, including cyberbullying and creating suitable content for online use.