Monitoring Activity

Missing and Exploited Children
Do you know who your child is talking to online or where they are surfing? Learn how to monitor computer activity and keep children safe.

eBlaster Computer Monitoring Software star
If a child is allowed unlimited access to the internet and the parent does not teach him or her what is out there he or she will find the dark side without your help. Learn about the eBlaster monitoring software to protect your children

Keeping Personal Information Private star
What personal information do you provide offline (in real life) and online at websites like Faceboook?

Monitoring Children Online star
Children can easily find information that is not age appropriate when surfing the internet. Learn how to keep your child safe online.

Parent Guide for Emergency Planning star
Everyday on the news we hear about family emergencies happening. A family of five perishes in a house fire, a child disappears from a shopping mall...why? Has your family developed an emergency safety plan? Does everyone know what to do or where to meet? Learn how to stay safe as a family.

Protecting Children´s Information star
There are so many ways our children’s personal information is distributed that we may not even realize we are putting them at risk. When we consider how many people, places, and resources have access to our children’s information it is ultimately frightening.

School Emergency Contact Forms - Safety Tips in Filling Out Paperwork star
The start of a new school year means a lot of paper work for mom and dad. On the emergency contact forms make sure you list who can and who cannot have access to your child.

The Dangers of Unsecured Internet Connections star
Does your child know how to access an unsecured internet connection in your home or neighborhood? Find out by reading this article.

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