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MACCABI LIFE – proudly supported by JCCV.

On Sunday 13 September at 7pm, around 1,000 people ZOOM'D in to hear Cyber Safety Expert - Brett Lee present “UNINVITEDKeeping your family safe online from uninvited threats” - LIVE

Thank you Brett for sharing your expertise and unique insights with our community on this very important topic.

If you were unable join us on the night, you can watch the session below. Hear Brett Lee - Former 20+ years Police Detective, Advisor to the FBI & Homeland Security and leading Internet Safety Expert talk on a wide range of topics that will inform and help Parents, Grandparents and Educators of Children 4 years to 18 years of age with a digital device, implement 5 basic principles to achieve online safety.

Former police detective Brett Lee says “there is no stereotypical profile for a cyber offender” - watch the video to hear more from Brett

 

 

 

BIO - BRETT LEE:

 

Brett Lee, Founder of Internet Safe Education, is a leading former Queensland Police Officer for 20+ years, working for 16 years as a detective in the field of Child Exploitation. Brett was personally involved with the interview, location, arrest and prosecution of hundreds of online criminals and predators. He’s worked on high-profile crimes for the Department of Homeland Security and FBI.

 

Nobody else in Australia can offer programs and advice with this level of credibility or insight, Brett’s unprecedented view of the online world, posing as a child, through the eyes of an adult, enables him to teach parents, educators, and the general public how to protect themselves and, most importantly, their children online. 

 

Brett has spoken to over 1 million audience members around the world. And whilst the topic can sometimes feel overwhelming, Brett’s engaging approach leaves his audiences with a sense of safety and empowered to make the right choices at the right time. 

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