StarHub Smart Security Carnival

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Senior Minister of State for Information, Communications and the Arts & The Environment and Water Resources, Ms Grace Fu, officially launched the opening of the StarHub Smart Security Carnival at the National Library Building. The carnival is set to run from 15th to 17th July 2011. As posted on our previous update, there will also be a free cyber wellness workshop, aimed at parents, to understand how their young ones use the Internet. You may register for the workshops at http://www.starhub.com/content/forms/personal/cyberwellnessworkshop.html 

StarHub announced the Smart Security Solutions campaign, an activity which is targeted at broadband and mobile users in Singapore. Part of the campaign is also the promotion of the message of cyber wellness and Internet safety. A new Internet security service called SafeShield which provides the family with protection against common web-based threats. This service is free to use for one year to all Internet users in Singapore, including non-StarHub users. You can read more information about SafeShield on http://www.starhub.com/safeshield 

StarHub also announced Singapore’s first network-based mobile Internet content filtering service, offering it free to customers until June 2012. It enables parents to block undesirable categories pf content such as adult content as well as specific websites on the mobile phone used by the child. It also allows them to understand and closely monitor the child’s Internet use from historical list of websites accessed. More information on http://www.starhub.com/security