Parental Control Protects Your
It can be difficult to protect your children when they play online, but with Internet security
solutions their experience can be safe and fun.
More than 50% of children between the ages of six and nine use the Internet every day. * And,
like when they are at school or playing games, they will make decisions and make mistakes.
Keeping children safe on the Internet playground can be difficult. There are no teachers to
watch over them and you can't supervise them every minute.
So how can you keep them safe on the internet? Let's see how you can protect them against
the dangers that threaten your children every day ...
Block inappropriate websites
As you might expect, not all websites are suitable for children. Your child might accidentally
stumble upon an inappropriate site through a simple search or by clicking on a link sent to
them by a friend.
How can you keep your kids safe online and protect them without being overly controlling?
Parental control software may be the answer. Available as a standalone solution and also in
Internet security packages, the parental control "safe search" feature blocks inappropriate
content. Most also give you comprehensive reports so you can make sure you know what your
child is doing on the internet.
But sometimes it's supposedly safe sites that screw up virtual games.
Don't talk to strangers
Your child may find it fun to play the latest online game with friends and communicate with
them in chat rooms. But in these chat rooms there are also cybercriminals, who hide behind
an avatar to fool children and obtain personal information. They can then use this information
to steal your identity and your money.
Using only known games or games from trusted sites can help protect your child.
But even so, it can be difficult to keep your child safe online by monitoring who they are talking
to online and what they are saying. Comprehensive Internet security products, such as
Kaspersky Total Security, help prevent you