The UK is developing an internet safety strategy in an attempt to secure a position as “the safest place in the world for young people to go online”.
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.
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.
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.
A survey has found that most parents in the UK are keen to see a minimum age introduced for smartphone ownership.
Children as young as five are surfing the web on a daily basis, but are parents doing enough to educate them on the dangers of the online world? We investigate.
The internet is arguably the new frontier for communication, collaboration and business but, with criminals also using it for ill-gotten gains, it does have its bad parts too. And this is making life difficult for parents struggling to keep up with their child’s technology obsession.
The Internet is a vast source of information for all of us, and naturally some people use that information for good, and some for ill, like grooming and stalking children. So what things can you as a parent, teacher, or other concerned adult do to protect kids against online predators and solicitation?
An updated version of the paper “Ten Ways to Dodge CyberBullets”, addressing the question “what are the top 10 things that people can do to protect themselves against malicious activity?”
Another year is almost gone and it seems that time is accelerated when December begins. Before you know it you’ll be out of time for shopping in time to get gifts delivered for winter holidays. Even though you may feel rushed, it is important to stay attentive when you are online. I expect that there