Click Smart. Click Safe.

With about 3.9 billion users, the internet has become one of the greatest technological developments. While it is widely accepted for its ease and efficiency, it is also embedded with a multitude of vulnerabilities, which pose significant security threats to users and has led to the emergence of cybercrime. In Nigeria for instance, approximately 30 million people were victims to cybercrime with an estimated financial loss due to cybercrime at N250 billion ($649 million) in 2017 and N288 billion ($800 million) in 2019. The primary reason for this is cyber illiteracy. This cyber illiteracy puts everyone at risk, parents and teachers have limited knowledge about online safety, and then children and young adults who are the heavy users of technology become highly vulnerable to cybercrime and this is an issue of serious concern.

Our core values

Digital Wellbeing
If we use digital technology in an unhealthy way, it can harm how we feel about ourselves and others and also harm the thoughts and opinions that we have. It is important to use digital technology in a way that makes us feel happy, safe and healthy.
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Safe & Responsible Use
We value safe and responsible online behaviour. Internet users especially young people should have the online social skills to take part in online community life safely, ethically, respectfully and also protect their reputations and privacy.
Digital Skills
Being safe online means that you have the knowledge to identify the potential risks and are conscious of your personal security while browsing, sharing or surfing the internet.
Digital Self Awareness
From digital footprints, use of profile photos and posts, an appreciation of one’s digital persona is essential for understanding how the world interprets you and your actions. The key is knowing what to disclose.

Meet our Team

We are a team dedicated to empowering the safe and secure use of technology through innovative services, tools, content and advocacy. 



Our Mission is to empower online users especially young people with the information they need to keep themselves safe and secure online while encouraging a culture of online responsibility.