Play: Network stories

We´re sure you can identify with some of our stories...

 

Come and enjoy our plays and you will keep learning about cybersecurity:

  • To Be, or Not to Be Online (suitable for all audiences): After school, Eva and Carlos have some homework to do, but unlike other days, this evening's task seems very interesting: to look for information about their parents on the Internet. The different searches on the Internet will help them find out some things about them they didn't know, creating some doubts and many questions...    
  • Careful! Check (suitable for all audiences): Two children come across a message on their computer informing about an alarming situation that is about to happen. Without questioning it or sharing the message with those around them (father, mother, siblings, etc.) they start acting unthinkingly.
  • The Glass Shoe (ages 9 and over): A boy and a girl who are addicted to their phones share everything as best friends. The friendship and trust they share is unquestionable for them, to the point of sharing their passwords through instant messaging. The consequences, however, are unexpected...
  • Until Life do us Part (ages 12 and over): A love story about two teenagers in which the absolute dedication, the loss of individuality and blind trust to each other can be felt. The problem arises when the relationship deteriorates, as both of them will use all the personal information shared to hurt each other...
  • Caught in the Net (ages 12 and over): A teenager has a very active life on social media, keeping many virtual relationships and is widely popular and accepted within her environment. One day, she attends a party in the house of an acquaintance and, after drinking too much, is filmed by another person who shares it on social media. The taunting and the damage to her image lead to an undesirable ending.

 

 

Activity available every day of the event.