Author: Kimberly A. McCabe, PhD, professor of criminology, University of LynchburgPublish On: 2017-09-15
Kimberly McCabe's Protecting Your Children in Cyberspace: What Parents Need
to Know is a must-have book for parents wishing to protect their children from Internet Crimes Against Children. As a law enforcement of- ficer with nearly two ...
Author: Kimberly A. McCabe, PhD, professor of criminology, University of Lynchburg
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
Children are very vulnerable and perfect targets to internet crimes, with that new technology presents complex challenges for law enforcement agencies and victim service providers. This book provides parents with practical advice to combat internet crimes by identifying the types, risk factors and explanations.
A guide to the dangers of the Internet covers online etiquette, parental control software, filters, privacy, chat rooms, downloading, security, viruses, Internet marketing, AOL, law enforcement, and child-friendly activities.
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Keep Your Children Safe from the Dark Side of Technology Stephen Arterburn,
Roger Marsh ... That being the case , you can go a long way toward protecting your kids from unwanted sexual advances online by limiting the hours you allow
Author: Stephen Arterburn
Publisher: Integrity Pub
"Easy lessons to teach parents how to monitor their kids' activity online"--Provided by publisher.
A Parents' Guide to the Internet . . . and how to protect your children in
cyberspace "A Parents' Guide to the Internet is the handbook for all parents who
want to understand the Internet and make sure their kids are cyber-smart and
Author: Parry Aftab
Publisher: Sc PressInc
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
A parent and an internationally known lawyer, Parry Aftab writes with authority as she shows the difference between what's merely annoying and what's illegal. "A Parent's Guide to the Internet" shows parents how to educate their children about online risks and how to set rules that fit their values. Best of all, the book explains what tools are available and how well they work in keeping kids out of trouble.
. Pick up the book, open it to any random page, and you will find on that page or nearby a wealth of helpful advice and useful commentary on the cyberreality facing our children and on how to deal with any of the issues she's identified." ...
Author: Nancy E. Willard
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Provides strategies for keeping children and teens safe online.
Defend Your Computer Against Outside Intruders Michael Miller. NOTE The
Federal Trade Commission ( FTC ) also sponsors a Web site with information
about online privacy for children . The Kidz Privacy site ( www.ftc.gov/bcp/ conline
Author: Michael Miller
If you think anti-virus software is enough protection from hackers, think again! Have you ever engaged in high-risk Internet activities? You have if you've ever shopped, chatted with a friend, played a game or swapped an MP3 file while online. And you'll be shocked to learn how incredibly vulnerable your PC is if you're connecting via cable/DSL. Your risk of Internet attacks is likely to increase in the coming years--in both frequency and destructiveness. It's simply becoming easier for computer criminals to access and sabotage your PC, and even to steal your identity. Learn how to protect your PC from fast-spreading viruses in disguise, Internet-connection hijackers, con artists after your personal information, annoying spam e-mail and relentless pop-up advertising. Absolute PC Security and Privacy shows you how to detect security holes, reduce your chances of attack, recognize when you're under attack and stop an attack in progress. Coverage includes: * Understanding the various types of viruses and how they spread * Learning which virus types you're most vulnerable to * Protecting your PC from virus infection * Recovering from a virus attack and disinfecting your system * Understanding the different types of Internet-based attacks * Protecting your system from an Internet-based attack * Protecting your system in a P2P environment * Defending your home or small business network * Securing your wireless network * Understanding hardware and software firewalls and which type you should use * Recognizing when your system is under an Internet-based attack * Shutting down and recovering from an Internet-based attack * Tips and tricks for safeguarding your personal information * Practicing safe shopping and avoiding auction fraud while online * Protecting yourself and your children from online predators * Understanding how spyware works and how to defeat it * Using passwords, digital certificates, and encryption * How to anonymously surf the Web and send e-mail * How to keep your contact information out of the hands of spammers * How to eliminate spam e-mail and pop-up advertisements
It is written specifically for parents with children of any age. Trip Elix is a consultant and professional speaker on security and privacy. Dr. Patrick Nickoletti is an expert in the psychological development of children and adolescents.
Author: Trip Elix
The Internet is a dangerous place for kids of every age, and most parents have no idea how to keep their children secure. Learn what every parent needs to know about keeping their children safe using internet connected devices and how to keep their children's confidential information out if the hands of data brokers. It is written specifically for parents with children of any age. Trip Elix is a consultant and professional speaker on security and privacy. Dr. Patrick Nickoletti is an expert in the psychological development of children and adolescents. Protecting Your Children Online should be read by every parent and caregiver.
Talk with your child's teachers , baby - sitters , other parents , and adults who
have supervised your child online . Aftab , Parry ( 2000 ) The Parent's Guide to Protecting Your Children in Cyberspace , New York : McGraw - Hill . Brunner ...
Author: Florida Commission on the Status of WomenPublish On: 2007
1 Tips for Protecting Your Child Online From A Parent's Guide to Internet Safety
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talk to your child about sexual victimization and potential online danger . • Spend
Parents need to know how their children are using their webcams and closely
monitor their children's online activities . There have been cases of young people
being talked into exposing themselves for gifts . For example , someone may
Here, Hansen shares the true stories of families who have been targeted by predators, revealing the tactics predators use to manipulate their victims and why even cautious families can be vulnerable to their attacks.
Author: Chris Hansen
Category: Family & Relationships
An urgently needed primer on how to protect kids from the increasing threat of online predators Over 40 million Americans have seen Dateline’s ongoing popular series To Catch a Predator, which has caught over two hundred potential child predators. Here, Hansen shares the true stories of families who have been targeted by predators, revealing the tactics predators use to manipulate their victims and why even cautious families can be vulnerable to their attacks. He also offers suggestions from police officers, therapists, and child predators on the best approaches for preventing these crimes. Most critically, he provides parents with concrete steps they can take to protect their kids today, including how to initiate meaningful conversations with their children. To Catch a Predator teaches parents and children what they need to know before the next predator strikes.
The internet is a great resource for finding information, but it's important that you are aware of the potential dangers. This book will help you pinpoint the danger zones for your child while he or she is surfing the net.
Author: Shavon Nouri
In this day and age, it's more important than ever to make sure that kids stay safe on the Internet. The internet is a great resource for finding information, but it's important that you are aware of the potential dangers. This book will help you pinpoint the danger zones for your child while he or she is surfing the net. It will give you up to date information on how to keep your child safe from Internet predators. Based on knowledge from some leading experts in the field of Internet safety, you'll learn not only how to protect your child, but also how to talk to them about the dangers lurking there. In these pages you'll discover the programs you can download to protect your child, which programs do what and how to tell which one is right for you.
This book shares the risks of the Internet by detailing recent, real-world tragedies and revealing some of the secrets of online activities.
Author: Gregory S. Smith
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Education
This book shares the risks of the Internet by detailing recent, real-world tragedies and revealing some of the secrets of online activities. It provides a pragmatic approach to help parents and teachers protect children against the threats of going online. Protecting Your Children on the Internet provides a roadmap to enable parents and teachers to become more engaged in children's online activities, arming them with techniques and tips to help protect their children.
More than 75% of children under the age of 14 will be approached by an online predator this year... is YOUR child at risk?Do you know what steps to take to prevent an online predator from taking advantage of your children?As a parent, you ...
Author: C. P. Cousins
More than 75% of children under the age of 14 will be approached by an online predator this year... is YOUR child at risk? Do you know what steps to take to prevent an online predator from taking advantage of your children? As a parent, you should know the threat of online predators is real. Think the Internet is safe? Think again. Each day billions of children log onto the Internet. They use the Net as a source of communication, interaction and entertainment. Every day, millions of online predators wait eagerly to tap into their next unsuspecting victim....
Be especially suspicious of unsolicited offers that promise unrealistic returns .
Above all , remember this : When in doubt , check it out . Ensuring Your Children's Safety and Privacy The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act of
1998 ( COPPA ) ...
Author: Ed Bott
Provides information on Windows XP network security issues, covering such topics as securing a shared computer, preventing data loss, wireless networking, stopping viruses, securing e-mail, and securing ports.
If you want to protect your AOL account and your computer, do not download files
, click hyperlinks, or visit Web addresses found ... Banking C3 Keeping the AOL
Community Safe Parental Controls: Take charge of your kids' online experience.
Keeping Kids Safe in Cyberspace V Caution A few simple rules go a long way
toward protecting the kids ' overall safety . Ensure that your child Kids should
never give out personal information online . Teach them to keep last names ...