Speaking as a parent and security expert, Tony Anscombe looks at the challenges, advantages and opportunities that connected kids are exposed to.
David Harley, talking about child safety and security in (and yet not in) the South Atlantic.
In this article, ESET's Miguel Ángel Mendoza asks: "At what age should kids be able to access online services?"
Cyberbullying is an issue causing havoc in schools across the world, but a Finnish scheme created in 2009 is making a big difference.
As June 17th is Stop Cyberbullying Day, we have prepared a list of indicators that can help parents recognize whether their offspring is being cyberbullied.
Which country has the strictest parents? ESET's recent survey tests whether old stereotypes ring true in the digital era.
For many parents, especially those who aren't digital natives, recognizing risks that loom in cyberspace is not easy. This guide helps point to some of the main threats.
When it comes to online safety, it can be difficult to understand what's suitable for different age groups. Our guide offers advice on how to manage this over the years.
On Mother’s Day, ESET takes a deeper look into the results of its recent survey focusing on parenting in a digital era. We looked at how moms in the US, Germany, the UK and Russia are trying to protect their children.
In an era when children are becoming digital natives, using and understanding technology from an early age, safety risks that have existed for some time could also affect them, if we fail to take the necessary precautions.
ESET has looked deeper into what parents in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom and Russia regard as the appropriate age for digital activities.
Online surveys by ESET show that a majority of parents in Russia, the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States are not at all happy about their children going digital too early.
An attentive and tech-savvy mom, based in Colonie in New York, has been lauded by the police for helping uncover and bring an online predator to justice.
When it comes to protecting your children online, knowledge of risks is vital. With this in mind, ESET asked Australian parents about their main concerns.
Increasingly, on special occasions like birthdays and Christmas, parents are buying mobile and internet connected devices for their children. Our guide looks at how to make them safe before they are are unwrapped.
Confused about being able to assess the suitability of apps for your children? This handy features highlights some of the key things to look out for.
This introductory guide to online safety offers parents some useful security tips on how to protect their children.
One of the biggest concerns parents have about the internet is the sites their children are browsing. Parental control tools can help allay this worry.
If you're looking to introduce your child to social networks and want peace of mind, look no further. Here are some of the most popular and secure sites.
A survey has found that most parents in the UK are keen to see a minimum age introduced for smartphone ownership.