Thursday, December 3rd
Zoom link below
Join us for a presentation with Carmen Corbin, formerly a Cybercrime Prosecutor, who is well versed in issues related to our student's online interactions.
We will be discussing:
What are some of the benefits of technology during a global pandemic?
What should we know about our kids' relationship to technology?
What are some of the risks our children face while using technology?
What strategies can we as parents build on to support our children as smart and responsive digital citizens?
Carmen Corbin is the Head of Counter Cybercrime Programming in Africa for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Dakar, Senegal. She is part of the Global Program on Cybercrime and works to provide technical assistance to countries across Africa on cyber-legal issues and cyber investigations. Carmen has worked as a United States federal prosecutor for over eleven years, and recently worked as the U.S. Department of Justice Resident Legal Advisor in Benin. She prosecuted hundreds of cases, the majority of which involved cybercrime and digital evidence, including child exploitation, sextortion, child sex tourism, human trafficking, and the trafficking of narcotics and weapons.
Ms. Kelly's Zoom Room:
https://zoom.us/j/3129857465 Password: 300516