steps

now browsing by tag

 
 

Child Abuse Prevention Steps

Tips and Strategies
From the Washtenaw Child Advocacy Center
Child sexual abuse affects both boys and girls of all ages, in all kinds of neighborhoods and communities. The majority of perpetrators of child sexual abuse are people that the child, their family, and their communities know and trust. In fact, 90% of abused children know their abuser. Perpetrators of child sexual abuse do not always use physical force and often use games, lies, and/or threats to engage children and keep them from disclosing the abuse to helpful adults.
When we’re talking about preventing child sexual abuse, it is important to keep the focus on adult responsibility, while teaching children skills to help them protect themselves.

Read More

The post Child Abuse Prevention Steps appeared first on Parent Security Online.

View full post on Parent Security Online

5 Steps To Help You Build Trust When You’re Online Dating

One of the most common concerns people have about online dating is how to know whether someone you met on the Internet is trustworthy or not. I’ve learned through experience that there are steps you can take to build genuine and mutual trust with someone over the Internet. I was skeptical at first that this was possible. We’re just typing back and forth, I thought to myself, how do I know this person is who he says he is? Read More….

The post 5 Steps To Help You Build Trust When You’re Online Dating appeared first on Dating Scams 101.

View full post on Dating Scams 101

Top 10 Steps You Should Take to Respond to Cyberbullying

Cyberbullying is an issue that affects us all: grown men and women, teenagers, tweens, and even children. It can eat up a shocking number of mental and physical hours each day, especially given the amount of time we spend with screens.

No one is immune. Whether you are a female gamer, a celebrity, or just a kid trying to navigate the social scene on Instagram, you can encounter unparalleled levels of viciousness online.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, the average 8- to 10-year-old spends nearly 8 hours a day with different media, and older children and teens spend more than 11 hours per day.

Read More

The post Top 10 Steps You Should Take to Respond to Cyberbullying appeared first on Parent Security Online.

View full post on Parent Security Online

New York lightens cybersecurity steps for banks despite surge in hacking

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

New York lightens cybersecurity steps for banks despite surge in hacking

Amid a global spike in hacks of corporate computer systems, New York on Wednesday introduced drastically watered-down cybersecurity measures for banks.
The revised cyber regulations no longer require banks to put a single executive in charge of cybersecurity — nor

The post New York lightens cybersecurity steps for banks despite surge in hacking appeared first on National Cyber Security Ventures.

View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures

10 Steps To Open Up Space – Leadership 360 – Education Week

It is about opening up space for your mind and for your human interactions.

View full post on Education Week: Bullying







#pso #htcs #b4inc

Read More

The post 10 Steps To Open Up Space – Leadership 360 – Education Week appeared first on Parent Security Online.

View full post on Parent Security Online

Veolia Steps Up Defense of Water Supplies Targeted by Hackers

mztbtdjyhcqwr4rzpu9usm

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Veolia Steps Up Defense of Water Supplies Targeted by Hackers

French water company adds sensors to detect more poisons
Security breaches so far not malicious, mostly juveniles
Veolia Environnement SA, the French utility that provided drinking water to 100 million people last year, has beefed up cyber security to protect

The post Veolia Steps Up Defense of Water Supplies Targeted by Hackers appeared first on National Cyber Security.

View full post on National Cyber Security

Industry steps up on IoT cybersecurity — is it enough?

017836702_30300

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Industry steps up on IoT cybersecurity — is it enough?

The results of an attack on the industrial internet of things could be as bad a Bhopal or Chernobyl, warn some the largest corporations in the world.
A consortium of some of the largest multinational corporations in the world has

The post Industry steps up on IoT cybersecurity — is it enough? appeared first on National Cyber Security.

View full post on National Cyber Security

How to Hide In The Bathroom In 6 Easy Steps

Sometimes mom life just gets too intense with all the whining and screaming and constant “Mommy! Mommy!!! Mommy!!!!!” and mama just needs a time out! And what better place to get away from the insanity than a strategically prepped bathroom? I’ll teach you how to hide in the bathroom like a ninja mom! Enjoy!

— This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

View full post on Read More

The post How to Hide In The Bathroom In 6 Easy Steps appeared first on Parent Security Online.

View full post on Parent Security Online

When Parents Feel Helpless: Using 5 Steps to Parental Intelligence

Do you feel helpless many times during the week when your child or teen presents a problem you aren’t ready for? Your child may be in a very irritable mood and you don’t know what’s cooking with friends, camp, or school. You’re bewildered and don’t know where to start to address this irritability. You are at a loss to know where to begin to manage the situation.

Is your child or teen using sarcasm, slamming doors, barely speaking to you? If you have no idea what the behavior is about, how can you know what to do about it?

Read More

The post When Parents Feel Helpless: Using 5 Steps to Parental Intelligence appeared first on Parent Security Online.

View full post on Parent Security Online

5 Simple Steps to a Healthy Family Media Diet

View full post on Common Sense Blog – Parenting, media, and everything in between – No name







#pso #htcs #b4inc

Read More

The post 5 Simple Steps to a Healthy Family Media Diet appeared first on Parent Security Online.

View full post on Parent Security Online