Internet Safety

Keeping your family safe on the Internet is a challenging job for any parent.  In past times people did their banking, shopping and socializing face to face; parents taught their children the part of town to stay out of and made sure they were home at a set time.  In the Web 2.0 world we live in now, people do their banking, shopping and socializing on-line and their children can roam the worst of places all hours of the day and night from their bedroom.

So, how do your keep your family safe in the Web 2.0 world?  It truly is a challenging job. 

The first step is to learn about the dangers that exist on the World Wide Web; things like viruses, malware and email phishing that can lead to identity theft and financial loss.  Learn about the dangers to your children such as; cyberbullying, sexting and how predators use social networking sites to endanger children.

The second step is to inform your children, make sure they know the dangers, give them rules and make sure they follow the rules.

The documents and links to resources on this page are provided to assist you in keeping your family safe on-line.

  OnGuardOnline.gov

From the US-CERT:

 

 

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