How to Keep Your Children from Cyber Crimes
Internet can be regarded as both blades. On the one hand can be used for positive things, but on the other side of the internet can cause users trapped by the virtual world of evil.
Crime on the Internet is increasingly dangerous if it threatens the children. Because they are still too green to monitor suspicious things around him. Thus the responsibility of every parent to always watch the baby.
How to Avoid Internet Crime:
- Support children and their friends to look after each other – this will drastically reduce the possibility that they serve as a target.
- Put the family computer and toys with internet connection in the middle of the house to facilitate monitoring online activities of children.
- Ask children what they do when you’re online, and try to get a detailed answer. Ask them to give ‘tour online’ at the sites they regularly visit, and other online activities in which they participate.
- Perform in-depth discussion about cyber crime with older children, who might access the Internet in different, including outside the home, where they are not always supervised.
- Make sure children feel comfortable reporting crimes they experience to you, promise you will report any incidents, if they want – and do. For example, the approach to the parents of the convicted criminal, teacher, or any party that has the potential to exacerbate the situation. Think about the best strategies to train your child.
- Give a clear pictures to the children, about the things they will face if a crime’s involvement in the virtual world with other people.
What to do if your child is the victim of cyber crime:
- Attempt to block: Start reducing their interaction with cyberspace criminals in a way sort of technology or refused to respond to the perpetrators of crimes. Children should refuse to spread the message of evil and they should tell their friends to do the same.
- Communicate: Discuss the influence of cyberspace crimes with children, including any problems with their involvement, and support them to report the crime to the parents or adults they trust.
- Trying Family Safety Software: Controlling what children can see, do, and with whom they interact online through the available software. Such as using software that can provide reports to parents about computer usage activity of their children, which in turn facilitates parents to discuss online activities starting with their children.
- Investigate: Know exactly what you talked about the kids when they come to you to ask for help. Find out what they do online and what sites they visited before problems arise.
- Get Information: Learn the anti-crime policy in the school children and through the internet service provider in the home, determine whether these policies apply.
- Announce: Knowing who is contacted, if a child is exposed to the virtual world of evil. For example in school, the site where the crime occurred. Or the local police, if necessary.