Frontpage News 2016 Danish Money Week ...

Danish Money Week 2016: animation films will remind young people about digital security

7 March 2016

​As an introduction to this year’s Danish Money Week, Pengeuge, the Danish Bankers Association is releasing  four short animation films aimed at young people and social media. With the animation films, the Danish Bankers Association wants to highlight young people’s online behaviour and the issue of digital security.

Money Week, which runs in week 11, is targeted towards the oldest classes in schools. Pupils will be shown how to handle their personal finances with lessons from bank CEOs and advisers. There is also a new twist on the event this year, as digital security will also be highlighted when Money Week is launched.
 
“Young people in Danish schools have access to debit cards, online banking, MobilePay and Swipp. It’s important that they know how to make the most out of these new possibilities and how they can secure themselves against fraud,” Deputy Chief Executive at the Danish Bankers Association, Louise Mogensen says.
 
“The animation films will also show young people how to shop securely online, how to protect personal information and use NemID and digital post. We hope that the animation films can increase digital security amongst young people so that they think twice when they are online,” Louise Mogensen concludes.


 
Further information:
Head of Media Relations: Stine Luise Hansen
Tel.: +45 3016 1009
E-mail: slh@finansraadet.dk

 
Practical information:

  • The Danish National Police and the Agency for Digitisation support the ef-forts for more and wider digital security.
  • Danish Money Week runs in week 11 (14 -18 March).
  • 21,000 pupils will participate in Danish Money Week.
 

Find more information here:

 
Read more about Danish Money Week: 
We gather statistics by using cookies. If you continue using the site, you automatically agree to this. Reject here