September 6, 2012

Department of Defense, Internet Safety 101® Workshop

 Enough Is Enough® President Conducts Internet Safety 101® Professional Development Training for the Department of Defense

Donna Rice Hughes, international Internet Safety expert and president and CEO of Enough Is Enough® (EIE), a leading online safety non-profit, will educate, equip and empower employees of the Department of Defense on September 9, 2012 with the knowledge and resources they need to keep kids cyber secure.

Hughes is a highly sought after Internet safety expert by federal government agencies, and under her direction, with support from the Department of Justice, EIE created Internet Safety 101®, an award-winning, multimedia training program.

Hughes has presented at the State Department’s “Get Schooled: Kids and Cyber Security” event as well as at the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). On Thursday, Hughes will present an Internet Safety 101® training.

The goal of the Internet Safety 101® professional development training is to empower employees with the ability to protect their families from online p*rnography, sexual predators and cyberbullies, as well as cyber security risks and dangers related to social networking, online gaming and mobile devices.

Hughes said EIE’s goal is to ensure no child is left unprotected. 

Hughes has testified a number of times before the United States Congress. She served on the 2008 COPA Commission, as well as the 2008 Internet Safety Technical Task Force formed by the U.S. Attorneys General. She is also the executive producer and instructor of Internet Safety 101®. Hughes has been a featured guest on Dateline, The Today Show, The O’Reilly Factor, Oprah and 20/20, having given more than 4,000 media interviews.