All of us who are parents, and even many who just care about the welfare of our children are concerned about online safety for kids. You can learn how to keep your kids safe online during a special webinar hosted by Puryear IT. It takes place on Wednesday, August 24th, 2017, and you should register now to reserve your place at this educational event.
So, the following questions have been nagging you, and you’ve been looking for IT experts to put it all into perspective for you:
- How do I keep my children safe online?
- How can I teach my children to use the Internet safely?
- Are there firm Internet safety policies that really work?
These are questions we ourselves have been pondering a lot over at Puryear IT in recent years. They are questions that pose many challenges for parents, who must worry over both cyber security in the workplace and cyber safety at home, and who need – and deserve – viable answers to their concerns.
But, that’s not to say that those without children are unconcerned about safe Internet browsing policies for kids. Rather, there are many parents and non-parents in the world of IT who see what’s happening with the proliferation of pornographic and inappropriate-for-children websites, cyber predation, etc., and who are subsequently motivated to do something about it.
That “something” can include generating cyber safety tips, policies, and guidelines that parents and guardians of children can implement where the little ones (and older ones) will be surfing the web.
And, if they are computer programmers, it can also include writing software code that can better police what kids see when surfing online.
Children aren’t just having themselves and the hardware they are using put at risk because of adult or obscene websites; cyber safety rules for kids and the health and well-being of the kids are also being broken or threatened by:
And, as you can see, kids are threatened by most of the same things that adults are while surfing the Internet. It’s just that adults are a measure less vulnerable than are kids. Adults can be harassed and stalked by a cyber predator or bully as well, but tend to make better choices and are far less trusting than are kids, unfortunately.
How to Keep Kids Safe Online
All of these issues and challenges have been taken well into account by Puryear IT, a company that takes cyber safety seriously. In fact, we’ve devoted a good part of our intellectual and technical resources to help in the fight for a safer Internet for kids through designing and establishing better cyber safety policies.
That’s why we are proud to announce our upcoming webinar on cyber safety. It offers a real chance for parents to gain better insights on the subject and learn these helpful Internet safety tips that are designed to keep kids safe while they surf the web.
In our world of instant Internet, social media, privacy issues and more…how do we ensure our children are using the Internet and their devices securely?
How can we make sure once and for all that they can stay safe online while educating and entertaining themselves while surfing the web?
Puryear IT will help you answer these questions definitively, by sharing some very important tips to help you and your children use the Internet and devices in a safe and secure manner.
Whether you have children or work with children…you won’t want to miss this very special online session with Melanie Esteves that will cover a lot of ground on the Internet safety issue.
One of the quick tips for parents concerned about cyber safety is to learn all you can about the issue, and Internet browsing itself. And, talk to your kids about their Internet use, and find out all about their online habits. Chances are, what you thought was true about their Internet habits isn’t, and adjustments need to be made.
We will help you to “lay down the law” with your kids by giving you more control over what they can see on their devices or PCs. Remember, you run the show. There is a way to put in Internet browsing controls that shows you love and care for them and those age-inappropriate websites just aren’t in the cards for them.
The earlier you establish cyber safety policies in your home, the better the chances are that they will be respected. The longer you wait to implement controls on keeping children safe online, the more they will resist, and you will have a harder time with it.
With our help, you can teach your kids how to be safe on the Internet – and, make it an endeavor they will warm to. Kids who are left to their own devices online will sense that “no one cares,” which is a corrosive factor in setting healthy boundaries with your kids where concerns safe use of the Internet.
Register Now for Our Internet Safety Webinar
Sign up now for our webinar on Internet safety for kids, and reserve your spot; and, if you have any questions in the meantime, feel free to call a friendly Puryear IT consultant today at 225.706.8414 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on cyber safety!