SEOUL, South Korea,
March 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --
Hyungul Kim, CEO of D-Foresensic Korea and chairman of Korea Cyber
Security Association (KCSA), has announced a plan to establish an international hotline for
KCSA and D-Forensic Korea are committed to searching for,
blocking and deleting illegal pornographic images, videos, etc.
that are related to children and adolescent young people, and are
working pro bono to assist
sexually exploited children and adolescent people.
He said, "Because illegal indecent images and videos of exposing
children under 18 are uploaded onto hosting websites around the
globe, experts and people of all nations have to cooperate closely
in protecting them from cyber sexual offenses."
Therefore, KCSA, a privately-owned, non-profit organization, and
D-Forensic Korea have put an ad on a billboard in the New York
Times Square, to establish an international hotline and to help
domestic and international young people.
He also said "It aims to solve cyber bullying and crimes against
the act of children and juvenile sex protection, and to block
illegal indecent materials that are targeted to young people,
He pledges to continue his efforts until they are free from
cyber sexual offenses through an international hotline.
Meanwhile, KCSA sets out its aims of minimizing sexual offenses,
such as illegal pornographic materials, revenge porn, webcam
scamming and other voyeurism, etc. Taking the same aims of Cyber
Security Association of Korea, D-Forensic Korea, a specialized
company in personal information security provides various services,
including webcam scamming intellectual property rights management,
voyeurism control, video containment, webinars, etc.
KCSA is a non-profit organization which aims to protect children
and teens from being exposed to illegal indecent materials through
an international hotline.
Hwang Chul Ho
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SOURCE Korea Cyber Security Association (KCSA)