Desktop and laptop computers, cell phones, personal digital assistants (PDAs), gaming systems and other electronic devices offer unprecedented ways for people of all ages to interact, learn and entertain. What we consider ordinary today was unimaginable only a decade ago. Social networking sites, “blogs” and text messaging so heavily relied on by so many now, either did not exist or were not widely used.
Becoming knowlegable about internet safety is is a requirement in today's world. This seminar features a discussion about long-term and emerging online dangers and issues from identity theft awareness to addressing the dangers that put children at risk every time they go online. Our expert presenters will offer advice about how to avoid becoming a victim. Making informed decisions, limiting risks, and understanding the consequences of placing personal information online is emphasized throughout the program.
Topics will include: online privacy and safety; identify theft; access by children to the internet; and cyber bullying. Other issues discussed include: instant messaging, blogs and social networking sites (i.e., Facebook). Safety tips and rules are offered, as well as a demonstration on setting parental controls.
This seminar is designed to be informative, educational, and valuable for anybody that uses a computer to access the internet. This presentation can be customized for parents, school administrators, teachers, PTA groups, students, businesses, community groups, or any other organization upon request. Computers and the Internet are now an integral part of both school life and home life for most youngsters. By teaching critical online safety and security skills to your students, they will become more cyber aware, both at school and at home.
The presentation is approximately 2 hours in length and includes a question and answer session to address any concerns participants may have regarding the many aspects of internet safety. All of our internet safety seminars are delivered by presenters experienced in the fields of computer security and law enforcement.
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