Savvy Cyber Kids provides cyber safety and cyber ethics educational and awareness sessions for parents, teachers, and students—from preschool through high school. Volunteer are provided the tools to go into schools to help students (preK to 2nd or 3rd to 5th) learn about personal internet safety, bully response, technology balance, digital reputation and privacy. Children learn how to remain safe and be empowered to make appropriate decisions in their online worlds. Since 2007, Savvy Cyber Kids is a nonprofit, 501c(3) organization. SCK clients include academies, elementary schools, middle schools, high schools as well as organizations like The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Cox Enterprises Teen Summit VIII, Cub Scouts, the Georgia Department of Technical and Adult Education CIS Consortium, Girl Scouts workshops, McKesson Corporation, and others. Its founder, Ben Halpert, has presented at IEEE, ACM, CSO50, CISO Summits, the Worth Safety & Security Summit, the RSA Security Conference, InfoSec World Conference & SecureWorld and many other events. Ben is the award-winning author of The Family Gets a Computer, The Defeat of the Cyber Bully, and Adventures Beyond the Screen, a cyber safety book series.