NESA is a federal organization, and does not work under Abu Dhabi police.
Of course, parents need to approve having their kids involve in the camp. Moreover, a parent session will take place on the first day of the camp.
Yes sure, the program is made to build awareness and understanding, followed by building skills in cyber security.
Students will be grouped into teams, the team doesn’t need to have students from the same school. Students can be from different schools and form a team. Therefore, the competition is between teams not schools.
The topics are shared in the website, materials are shared at the camp only.
No, the program reaches out all nationalities from all UAE schools whether they are in private or government schools.