Interview with Jenny Radcliffe, People Hacker & Social Engineer
Interview with Jenny Radcliffe (https://humanfactorsecurity.co.uk) of Human Factor Security. We learn what social engineering is and how these risks affect parents and children online. Jenny shares her insights and experience of social engineering methods and highlights examples of how parents and children can get caught out by it whilst using online services such as social […]
Parent conversation: there is no technology that is a substitute for good parenting
We hear from Mark Stockley ( Compound Eye: https://www.compoundeye.co.uk) about his experience, perspectives and reflections as a parent on helping his children navigate the open internet and teaching them how to keep safe online. Amongst other things we talked about our strategies for dealing with screen time, minecraft, email, parental controls and YouTube for pre-teens.
Staying safe online while working from home (COVID19) – Poster
COVID19 restrictions have meant that most of us are now working from home. We have put together an A2 poster for parents to highlight 4 online safety tips to help you stay safe online whilst working remotely or from home. ParentSecure COVID19 Remote Working Online Safety Tips
Interview with Fiona Simpson (Lilac Pearl) re technology’s effects on mental health
Interview with Fiona Simpson (Lilac Pearl) re technology’s effects on mental health and how parents and adults can set a good example for their children on online habits and online hygiene.
Interview with Chris Parker re online visibility, ip address and online footprint
Interview with Chris Parker (WhatIsMyIPAddress.com) re online safety, privacy, and online security. What parents and adults can learn about their online visibility, ip address and their online footprint and what actions they can take to keep children safe online.
How parents and children can keep safe on Facebook
Today we are talking about what you CAN do to keep safe to keep safe on Facebook. This is a follow up video on Facebook (4 things to bear in mind before signing up to a Facebook account). If you haven’t seen the first video, you can find it here: 4 things to bear in […]
4 things to bear in mind before you sign-up to a Facebook account
Today we are talking about the common pitfalls associated with creating an account on Facebook and the 4 things that you as parents, guardians and carers, need to bear in mind.
Pornography and Parents: What can you do to safeguard your children
Online pornography is a tricky subject. There are a few things, we as parents can do to keep our children safe. First and foremost, if you have young children, please supervise their internet access. This should help address most of the risks. From a technology perspective, you’ll need to manage the internet connectivity at home, […]
Facebook: what are your children really signing up for
We all love facebook. It’s the platform that brings friends and family together, helps you keep in touch with old acquaintances and colleagues and also gives you a sense of belonging to a number of communities. Today, we’ll take a look at the key building blocks that Facebook uses to set out its position on […]