The Last Post on Digital Safety for Children just opened the door for us to investigate further. Apparently there is a lot of concern and action being taken around this issues. And the concern is not just for our children. We are all vulnerable as more and more of our information is digitized and aggregated. How safe are you?
Everloop.com and McAfee Join Forces to Train Children in Digital Safety and …DailyFinanceThe McAfee Cares – Online Safety for Kids school initiative employs volunteers to help train school-age children on ways to stay safe and secure, as well as ma …
Use VPN services to secure everything you do: VPN services are a great way to create secure connections across the internet. Once your internet data is secure it’s time to secure your data on your home computer.
Safety online is so important and something that grandparents are concerned about. There are so very many phisihng scams, bullys, identity thiefs etc that it is hard to know what is legitimate and what is not and how much freedom should our kids have online.
Some of the worst experiences on social sites arise when kids are being mean to each other, posting unwanted photos, and/or revealing secrets about others. Let’s face it, children don’t understand the consequences of “innocent” actions they may take. This is a good post by my friend Laura Rubenstein who shares some steps to take to keep your kids safe. http://www.socialbuzzclub.com/451/kids-safe-on-facebook