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Keeping your Family Safe in Cyber Space

We’re living in a time when children and teens have the world at their fingertips. With the help of smartphones, tablets, and computers, kids can do things their parents and grandparents never would have dreamed of. There are benefits to this technology age, but there are also a number of drawbacks and dangers. To help your children make wise decisions with their devices and online activity, we’ve pulled together a number of insightful resources.

A Parent’s Guide to Today's Technology

A Parent’s Guide to Today's Technology will give you up to date information on how kids are using mobile and online devices, and how that participation can impact them physically, psychologically, emotionally and socially.

Net Smartz

NetSmartz Workshop is an interactive, educational program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC) that provides age-appropriate resources to help teach children how to be safer on- and offline.


At Forcefield, we understand that no parent is able to physically supervise their children online anymore. In a wireless world, you must have a wireless solution.

Screens and Teens

Parents report their children are often angry, complain regularly, don’t know how to handle downtime, and are selfish. This resource will inform and educate parents on how these and other character issues, attitudes, and beliefs are rooted in technology.

Another App You're Not Supposed to Know About

In our ongoing effort to let you know about  apps that fall under the category of "Teens Would be Pretty Ticked if Their Parents Knew They Existed," let me tell you about the Hide It Pro. This little sneaky wonder shows up on your smartphone screen as a couple colorful music notes and declares itself to be an

Tech Support for Parents | Focus on the Family

Help for parents who wonder how to guide their children's use of technology in today's tech-risky cyberscape.

Net Nanny

Net Nanny® uses proprietary technology to categorize content in real time. It smartly determines what is harmful based on your settings and protects your child, sends you reports and even texts to alert you of danger.

Internet Safety 101

Internet Safety 101, is an initiative of Enough Is Enough, a 501c(3) whose mission is to make the Internet Safer for Children and Families.

Privacy and Internet Safety Parent Concern | Common Sense Media

Use our parent resources on internet safety for kids. Read tips, articles, and the latest research to minimize risks and help keep your kids safe online. | Digital citizenship, online safety & civility is one of the oldest and most enduring sites for Internet safety. It’s founder and editor, Larry Magid, is the author of the original National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s 1994 brochure, “Child Safety on the Information Highway.”


The thoughts of what your child might come across online can be worrying. Check out our top internet safety advice to make sure going online is a positive experience for you and your child.

FBI | Safe Online Surfing

At each grade level, third through eighth, students read about Internet safety and cyber citizenship and take timed post-quizzes to demonstrate what they’ve learned.

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