We've rounded up our best back to school advice to help students and their families maintain online safety.
For parents having issues with your kids facing addictive or inappropriate content on YouTube, we have some advice for you.
Learn your school’s policy regarding students’ computers and mobile devices, warn your kids about phishing, and be wary of public Wi-Fi.
As our kids grow over the summer, so does their online fluency. Here are some tips for working digital literacy into your back to school plans this year.
As the internet becomes an inseparable part of childhood for most, there’s no better time than back-to-school to talk about internet safety and privacy.
At this developmental stage, it’s time to start trusting that all of the work you put into teaching kids about good online behavior will pay off.
Protect your children’s (and family’s) digital identity and online safety by acting now.
Cybersecurity in schools is the main topic of the latest Code Week podcast, featuring Avast CISO Jaya Baloo.
The digital world comes with its own unique opportunities and potential dangers. But you, as the parent, have the tools to guide your kids and teens in the right direction.
The Lunar malware builders aren’t unique: There are many varieties of “grabber builders” available online.
Limiting screen time is always a battle, but it’s worth it — especially in summer.