• Do Parents Do Enough to Protect Kids Online? Not Really, Reveals Study

    Despite over half (52%) of parents believing that the threats facing their children online are increasing – from cyberbullying to inappropriate content – not much more than a third (39%) guides their children by talking to them about the potential threats, reveals new research from Kaspersky Lab and B2B International. The survey found that every fifth adult (20%) does nothing to protect their kids from Internet threats, despite the fact that a similar proportion (22%) has seen their children encounter actual threats online, including viewing inappropriate content, stumbling across dangerous strangers and cyberbullying. 53% also fear that the Internet is affecting their kids’ health or wellbeing in some way.