Posts Tagged 'protecting kids online'
The long summer holidays are almost here in Australia. Yippee! For some parents, the idea of spending six weeks with their children is a truly joyous thought, for others – not so much. Getting through a six week vacation relatively unscathed might seem very ambitious. Arguments around going places, spending money and screen time can […]
It was an epic parenting moment for two reasons: A) because I unearthed a brilliant parenting truth on my own B) because it pretty much confirmed—that yes—I can be quite the idiot. My son was 7. After a day of party games, cake, and celebrating with his pals, we were saying our good-byes. As I chatted […]
The holidays are busy, so we’ve done some headline curating that will help you enjoy the merriment and stay safe online. Here are just a few stories we consider to be hot reads that you may have missed. Read them, discuss them with your family, and agree to work together to become—and stay—savvy online. Here’s the […]
When we launched the Intel Security Digital Safety Program recently, it marked a new era in our commitment to cyber education. Since 2009, McAfee has sent employee volunteers into schools to teach digital safety. We reached 250,000 students but we weren’t satisfied. So we partnered with one of the most exciting brands in digital education – […]
For a parent, there’s nothing more heartwarming than seeing your teen slowly emerge from the “me slumber” and begin to genuinely care about giving. And what better time to encourage a giving spirit than the holidays? But there’s a cyber-world lesson that’s critical to teach in tandem with giving, and that is how to click wisely online—especially […]