In case you haven’t noticed, parental control is not just about blocking some certain TV channels on your TV but in this modern world, parents have to go to extra mile to protect their kids from harmful stuff. Kids all around the world use mobile devices like phones and tablets, and parents have no idea what their kids do on their smartphones, what kind of online friends they have and what kind of websites they visit.
Technology and especially social media has changed significantly in recent years and this revolution came with some good things as well as some bad things. Now, almost everyone owns a smartphones and even kids love these little devils. Not only they love them but also use mobile devices like phones and tablets all the time. No need to mention disadvtange of internet and social networks as there are lots of them but as a parent, it is your duty to protect your kids from cyber threats.
Technology has revolutionized our lives in many different ways and now we are living in a world where everyone is connected with each other in plenty of ways. Though technology has made our lives easier but there are some downsides too. Where internet allows us to chat and talk with our friends and family, do internet banking, buy things online and do other things, it also made us vulnerable in so many ways.
Data breach has become a major issue for organizations and employers; competitors are willing to go to any length to win the race. Businesses rely on the information and data while some of the organizations possess sensitive data and critical information that define their integrity or even trade secrets.
As a parent, how far you are willing to go to protect your kids? Easy question, to every limit; but when it comes to parental control that is another yet practical form of protecting your kids, things change. People argue about not invading your kids’ privacy that is also much needed but it also limits your options to keep a keen eye on your kids, their activities and whereabouts while not invading their personal lives.