Integrity Computer Concepts, Internet Safety. Spring 2014

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Integrity Computer Concepts, Internet Safety. Spring 2014

  1. 1. Help! I’m the parent of a tech-savvy kid! Tech safety for parents
  2. 2. HELP!!
  3. 3. The Burnetts
  4. 4. What are we going to learn today? Part 1 “WHAT” • What kids are doing online • Where technology is going • What to look for Part 2 “HOW” • Practical filters • Monitoring applications • Common sense rules to put into place at home Q & A
  5. 5. Current Statistics • Teens spend about 5 hours a day online • 15% have met up in person somebody they met online • 17% have hacked into a friends social media account or email • 25% of teens have cheated on a test using a mobile phone • 32% have accessed pornography online (purposely) • Only 50% of kids have parental controls on their computers • 70% of teens hide their online behavior from parents • Parents MUST stay in the know. We can not give up!
  6. 6. Part 1 What in the world are my kids doing online?
  7. 7. Social Networking
  8. 8. Social Networking 3 Rules for Social Networking • Know the platform • Follow your child • Know their password
  9. 9. Social Networking Instagram • Turn off public sharing • Turn off GPS tagging • Talk about what they are posting • Follow their Instagram feed
  10. 10. Social Networking Facebook and Twitter
  11. 11. Social Networking Vine • 6 seconds of looping video • Owned by Twitter • Easy to post & find porn on Vine
  12. 12. Social Networking Social Media Clean up! •Talk to your child •Google their name •Review all their profiles •Help them remove unused profiles •Don’t forget the blogs…
  13. 13. Pornography • 1 in 9 websites online are pornographic • Put a filter program on ANY computer that your child will use.
  14. 14. Pornography • Family Computer • Laptop • Cell phone • iPad / Tablet • Game console • Friends house • Put a filter program on ANY device that your child will use, especially when they are young.
  15. 15. Pornography • The average child accidentally stumbles onto pornographic website by age 12 • The time for the “new” pornography talk is BEFORE this happens, not after..
  16. 16. Anonymity Secret Whisper
  17. 17. Yik Yak • 4 months old (March 2014) • Mostly east coast & Southern CA • 400,000 users • Cross / Twitter and SnapChat • Designed for college students • Completely anonymous • Share with 100 up to 10,000 • a VIRTUAL bathroom wall
  18. 18. Online Predators Secrecy is the predators greatest weapon Communication is a parents greatest defense.
  19. 19. Online Predators 2 questions predators always ask 1) Where is your computer? 2) Are you alone?
  20. 20. Online Predators Catfishing someone who pretends to be someone they're not using Facebook or other social media to create false identities, particularly to pursue deceptive online romances. Sextortion When a person uses guilt, power, or knowledge of certain secrecy, to force another person into having sex or performing sexual favors.
  21. 21. Cyber Bullying
  22. 22. Cyber Bullying Rebecca Ann Sedwick 12 Years old. Died from suicide 8/10/13
  23. 23. Cyber Bullying
  24. 24. Danger! Beware! Completely Anonymous
  25. 25. Cyber Bullying 1) Ask the tough uncomfortable questions! Ask “What if…” questions. 2) Keep the laptop and cell phone out of the bedroom for as long as possible. 3) Look for the signs of bullying. Depression, excessive sleeping, complains of headaches / stomach aches. 4) Remove apps that are commonly used for bullying. 5) Look at your kids texts. Monitor their apps.
  26. 26. Cyber Bullying
  27. 27. Sexting Definition… Sending of sexually explicit photos or text through one’s mobile phone to friends or suitors.
  28. 28. Sexting
  29. 29. Hook up Apps Tinder, Blendr, Grindr, Skout, and Swoon
  30. 30. Hook up Apps Down Pure
  31. 31. We are the first generation of parents that have had to deal with the new phenomenon! Colleges and employers are looking!
  32. 32. Part 2 How do I keep my kids safe from the ever changing world of technology!?!
  33. 33. Virus – Malware - Phishing
  34. 34. Virus – Malware - Phishing KidZui
  35. 35. Passwords
  36. 36. The most common problem Location….Location….Location…
  37. 37. Cell phones at night…
  38. 38. Cell phones at night… Zip Mini thejoyfactory.com Keyword: integrity
  39. 39. Cell phones at night… Scott’s low cost budget version….. The iBasket
  40. 40. Contracts! • Cell phone contract • www.iccguru.com/cellphonecontract.doc • Computer Contract • www.iccguru.com/computercontract.doc
  41. 41. Software you can use to keep your kids safe
  42. 42. Google and YouTube • Google’s “Safe Search”
  43. 43. Google and YouTube • YouTube’s “Safety Mode”
  44. 44. WebFilter SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY
  45. 45. WebFilter SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY Virtual Parent Software Helps Supervise child's online activities
  46. 46. WholehouseWebFilter SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY
  47. 47. MonitoringSoftware SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY
  48. 48. iPad SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY
  49. 49. SetupiOSrestrictions SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY
  50. 50. TextMessageMonitoring SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY
  51. 51. TextMessageMonitoring SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY
  52. 52. CellPhonelocation SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY
  53. 53. CellPhoneparentalControl SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY • Set internet usage rules • Disable ALL internet on phone • See list of currently installed apps • See internet usage per app • Weekly reports, emailed • http://curbi.com/c/iccguru
  54. 54. AndroidCellPhones SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY
  55. 55. SAFEONLINE TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY CellPhoneCarriers
  56. 56. Scott’s Final Tips 1)Educate yourselves on social media whenever possible 2)Know the log-ins of all your children's accounts 3) Remove technology at bedtime 4)Talk about consequences of social media 5)Consider some monitoring software
  57. 57. Connect with your KIDS

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