Heads Up!

Here’s a heads up: we’ve updated our kids’ guide on online safety, and we’re giving away copies… for free! We encourage you to order as many as you’d like. And here’s an idea: share the Heads Up publication with the kids in your life during National Cyber Security Awareness Month coming up in October.

Want kids to be able to access online safety information ASAP? Send them to our Just for Kids page. Here, kids can find games, videos, and articles explaining how to be safe, secure, and responsible online — in a fun way!

We regularly review our consumer education materials and try to keep them up-to-date. We’re currently in the process of revising our guide for parents, Net Cetera: Chatting with Kids about Being Online. Have suggestions for what you’d like to see in this guide? Use the comment function below to share your thoughts. We look forward to hearing from you!

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My persnal (Comment) is to sercure my (Personal) Email on any technology?

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