Children are being exposed to technology increasingly each day and at even younger ages than before. Often these children also have a better understanding of how technology works than adults and parents.
As soon as your child is using a computer, a cell phone, or any mobile device, it’s time to talk to them about online behavior, safety, and security. As a parent, you have the opportunity to talk to your kid about what’s important before anyone else does.
Find our recommended books for parents & kids to learn more about cybersecurity.
1. My kids are online…again!!!: Parental controls and cyber security measures for kids who have internet access
Only parental supervision and improved cyber security measures can protect our children from being exposed to online malice.
A message received on a social media platform from a stranger or a call received from an unknown number can bring in numerous dangers if taken for granted and not dealt as appropriate. This book tries to answer some of the common questions in a simple and easy to understand language, to be safe online.
This book is a parent’s survival guide to engaging with your children and grandchildren to help ensure that they all find refuge and security from their family members and caregivers when and if a cyberstalker or cyberbully and your child cross paths.
Parenting in the Digital World answers parents’ most important questions about making their children safe online. It will show you how to talk to your child about sexting, predators, bullying, and pornography.
Parent Alert: Educate yourself so that your kids can enjoy the best of the internet and social media without the risks, such as cybercrime, sexting, cyberbullying, phishing, cyberstalking, grooming, nude selfies, and other internet dangers.
Cyberbullying Crash Course: Protect Your Kids from Cyberbullies, Cyber Violence, and Digital Peer Pressure. With a few taps on the screen, you can order a month’s worth of laundry detergent on Amazon, find a date on Tinder, or join a heated argument on Reddit.
Preparing Our Kids for Digital Immersion: Your children are raised in a digital world. Where likes and followers dictate every aspect of their lives. They are definitely more tech savvy than you were at their age. Yet, your children are extremely vulnerable and it’s up to you to prepare them for the digital world.