For parents who care about their children's data and privacy in the digital world

Understand day-to-day technology

Understand day-to-day technology that has the potential to impact on your children's data and privacy

Learn and embed safe online habits and hygiene

We give you the tools, knowledge, and expertise required to foster safe online habits and hygiene

Become a confident and safe user of technology

We help you become a confident and safe user of technology services


Helping you to keep your children safe online is our priority

Technology permeates everything, and we are living in an increasingly connected digital world. But we don’t have to go along with all its demands. Learning, applying and embedding good digital habits and hygiene is not hard, and we can all help our children develop good online habits and help them become confident and safe users of technology. 

Member services


Members can access unlimited technical support

Want to find out more about an app? need to setup your devices so that they are secure? need help securing your online accounts? unsure about what data you should be sharing or not? Need help setting up encryption? Need help with a personal data breach?

Get help with questions like these, and more.

Gift a membership

Know someone who might benefit from ParentSecure? you can gift them a full year’s membership

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About ParentSecure

ParentSecure was founded by Krishna Yergol to help parents learn, apply, and embed good digital habits and hygiene. Habits that parents can pass on to their children to help them learn how to use technology confidently, safely and securely. Krishna has over 20 years of experience in technology across various industries and currently works as a Chief Technology Officer for a local authority in England. He has also served as a Non-Executive Board member for a Children’s Services organisation in London and has volunteered with the Prince’s Trust as a Progression and Business Mentor. 

 

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Important Notice

If you are concerned about a child that is being bullied online, please visit childline.org.uk

If you are looking for information on keeping yourself or a child you know safe from child sexual exploitation, please visit thinkuknow.co.uk

If you are worried that your child is being groomed online or sexually exploited, you should report your concerns to CEOP

If you have concerns about a child’s safety and wellbeing, you can report it to the NSPCC