Recent news stories have once again highlighted how much we all rely on the internet in our everyday lives. It is a vital shared resource and making it safe and secured for all is 'Our Shared Responsibility’. We were delighted to read that this is the theme for this year’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
It came to our attention that the 1st of October is the first day of this aptly named awareness month and it got us thinking about Internet security for our kids. We know we are not alone in regularly asking ask ourselves 'how safe are our children when using the Internet?’
As a society, we lead increasingly digital and web-based lifestyles using laptops, smartphones, tablets and ebooks to constantly access the internet. It is therefore crucial that we make sure our children aren’t directed to something they shouldn’t see when they login in to Club Penguin,Moshi Monsters or even Facebook.
As a consequence, we are 100% behind the three steps of StaySafeOnline’s campaign to staying safer online; STOP.THINK.CONNECT