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The Internet has a world of information and entertainment to offer. But how can kids make sure they’re behaving safely? Our Online Safety for Kids program is designed to help.
About Our Online Safety for Kids Program
Intel IT Information Security is pleased to offer a do-it-yourself program designed to help teach children (ages 5-18) how to stay safe online.123
It’s important for kids of all ages—young children, pre-teens, and teenagers—to know how to use the Internet safely and responsibly. We provide presentations to help you build your loved ones’ understanding of online safety with age-appropriate discussion topics. These include:
How to protect your personal information to help prevent identity theft or dangerous situations
How to avoid viruses that infect your computer, phone, tablet, or other device
How what you say, do, and post online can have a lasting impact
How to identify and avoid cyber bullying
The goal of this program is simple: to encourage your kids to stop and think about cyber risks before, during, and after they get online.
How to Get Started
Are you ready to start a discussion about online safety with your child? Just follow these easy steps.
Step 1: Prepare
Browse our online safety tips to prepare yourself for a discussion about why safe behavior online matters.
Step 2: Choose
Find the appropriate presentation based on the age of your child: young children (5-8), pre-teen (8-13), or teenager (13-18).
Step 3: Download
Download the presentation and a matching script with talking points and prompts that keep kids engaged.
Step 4: Celebrate
Celebrate your child’s accomplishment by awarding them a certificate of completion. Encourage them to practice cyber safety to protect the whole family.