Our first Australian customer – Save the Children – is live with NetClean ProActive
We are happy to announce our first NetClean ProActive customer in Australia, Save the Children – a role model organisation that truly live as they learn. Through this installation we’re further enhancing our global footprint and opening up a new market for our products.
Save the Children Australia is breaking new ground and takes another step in their mission to create a brighter future for children. Through their installation of NetClean ProActive they’re not only disrupting the spread of child sexual abuse material, but are also protecting their IT environment and their brand, while becoming more resilient.
Save the Children Australia CEO Paul Ronalds said the agency was leading the way for other organisations in Australia and the region to strengthen their child safeguarding measures.
“Safeguarding children in Australia and overseas is at the very heart of what Save the Children does, so we are always seeking out new technologies and processes to ensure we are as effective as possible. By adding this additional technology, we are reinforcing Save the Children’s existing robust child safeguarding policies,” Mr Ronalds said.
The installation was made possible through Child Wise, a local partner to NetClean. Managing Director of Child Wise Natalie Siegel-Brown said NetClean’s technology was an important additional tool for companies who were serious about fighting child abuse.
“NetClean’s technology is installed by companies at the forefront of ethical leadership in 110 countries globally. These companies recognise that disrupting the production and flow of child abuse material not only creates a brighter future for children, but is also vital in protecting their IT environment and brand as well as making them more resilient.”
At NetClean we look forward to seeing more organisations and companies in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific, follow in the footsteps of Save the Children.
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