Posts Tagged 'cyberbullying'
Ask a teen what’s the best thing about life is and 9/10 times the answer would be ‘friends.’ To teens, friends are EVERYTHING! They may as well quote Virginia Woolf and say: “Some people go to priests; others to poetry; I to my friends.” Friendship in the Internet age has stretched beyond the borders of […]
“Hey! Who shut off the data?” Is this a familiar question in your house? Teens who panic when their data runs out or when they can’t find a Wi-Fi connection now have a way to text nearby pals by using an app called Jott. Jott is gaining momentum with Junior High and High School-aged kids […]
Sometimes as parents we need a little pat on the back and confirmation we’re doing something right. Well, the Intel Security Teens, Tweens & Technology 2015 research does just that. Now in its third year, the Teens, Tweens & Technology research provides a gauge on the behaviour and opinions of young Australians and their online […]
Co-Authored by Stacy Conner, Director of Global Channel Marketing at Intel Security Hi, it’s Stacey Conner and Peter Andrada coming to you live from the cafeteria of HQ Intel Security wishing we could trade the Coke Freestyle machine for a live barista. Many of us parents out there are looking for some silver bullet solution to […]
Trying to keep up with your kids online feels a bit like patching holes in a sinking boat at times doesn’t it? A recent Intel Security study reveals a gap in what parents perceive kids to be doing online, and what’s actually taking place in behaviors such as cyberbullying, creating aliases, and the amount of time spent […]