The following are the rankings of 100 countries along with their Child Online Safety Index Score (COSI).
Scroll to the right to view the rankings of each country.
For more detailed scoring, please go down to Country Level Report below.
The COSI Framework
The Child Online Safety Index (COSI) measures nations’ level of online safety for children across six stakeholders: Children, Families, Schools, Companies, and soft and hard infrastructures of the government. Each of these stakeholders is represented by a number of topics and indicators.
A COSI score is calculated for each country ranging from 10 (the worst) to 100 (the best).
The 6 Stakeholders of COSI
Assesses the level of children’s digital citizenship and their exposure to cyber-risks
Assesses the level of family support, such as parental mediation and digital parenting, for child online safety
Assesses the level of school education on issues of online safety, such as cybersecurity, for child online safety
Assesses the level of company commitment, such as through transparency reporting, to child online safety
Assesses the level of regulatory enforcement for child online safety
Assesses the level of technology infrastructure support, such as internet access and affordability, for child online safety