KC wins ISPA's internet safety award

Monday, July 22nd 2013
The ISPA has named KC as the UK's safest broadband provider.
KC wins ISPA's internet safety award
KC has picked up the Internet Safety and Security prize at the 2013 Internet Service Providers' Association (ISPA) Awards.

The east Yorkshire communications firm saw off competition from the likes of the Internet Watch Foundation after impressing with its "all-encompassing approach" to online safety, the judges explained. 

As well as delivering a secure ISP service, KC offers education programmes and physical drop-in centres for customers with safety-related queries.

Gary Young, KC's Business and Consumer Services Director, said it is "great" that the company has been recognised for its efforts towards helping people stay safe while browsing the web.

Over the past year, the ISP has run safety sessions for more than 3,000 young people and Mr Young said the firm is always on the lookout for new ways to make subscribers of all ages aware of the risks associated with using the internet.

"To win this award ... is testament to the quality of our services and our commitment to giving customers the best possible online experience," he added.

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