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.
Just as easily, your child could give a phisher your credit card details, share their address with a sexual predator, or fall prey to cyberbullies. The Internet makes all of this very easy.
You can’t just take away your child’s phone or try blocking certain online activities with parental control apps. It’s easy to find a way around such apps and your parent-child relationship will suffer immensely because the child will know you don’t trust them.
The only way to keep our children safe online is by educating them about cybersecurity, cyberbullying, social media interactions, and online predators. Cyberbullying Crash Course
Unfortunately, schools hardly ever teach these topics, so you have to step in.
Security Squad is a startup that will help you with this mission. It provides interactive online games designed to teach kids of all ages how to stay safe on the Internet. Security Squad is founded by an ex-intelligence officer so you can be sure that the information about cyberthreats is of the highest quality.
This book provides an overview of the threats that children face online and offers fundamental strategies for parents who care about the safety of the children.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- How to talk to your children about cybersecurity
- How to identify phishing mails and mal-apps
- How to know if your child is being cyberbullied – and what to do immediately
- How sexual predators find and lure their victims online
- And much more!
As an added BONUS, you’ll learn about the good side of today’s technology and the tech skills that should be taught to children – especially the skill of coding!