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1 March 20, 2015 Kettle Moraine Insurance Professionals

2  Do not be afraid of your children using technology  Communicate openly with your kids  Set a good example

3 Parent Risk Manager Privacy Researcher We are here!

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5  Good neighborhoods  Dodgy neighborhoods  Really bad neighborhoods

6  Applies for children under the age of 13  Requires privacy policies  Gives you the right to review what is collected  Report issues: https://www.ftccomplaintassistant.gov/

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8  Look for suspicious bills, letters, or junk mail  Keep your child’s PFI locked up and resist sharing it  Shred documents as you would your own  Definitely check around their 16 th birthday If you suspect that your child’s information may be at risk, check whether your child has a credit report by contacting each of the three nationwide credit reporting companies: Equifax: Experian: TransUnion: or Ask them to search using your child’s name and Social Security number; if nothing turns up, ask for a so-called manual search using just your child’s Social Security number.

9 Trusting Helpful Naive

10 Content Conduct Contact

11  Talk early and often to your kids  Create an honest, open environment with gives and takes  Communicate your values and set a good example  Be patient with them

12 1. Computers only belong in common areas 2. User accounts limit everyone’s ability to install software 3. Do not share your passwords (except with your parents) 4. ALWAYS CONTACT MOM OR DAD WHEN: An anti-virus alert goes off Something becomes uncomfortable to you You make new friends online You find something new and cool

13  Social environment  Content ratings  Multiple profiles  In-game purchases

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15  Location services  In-app advertisements and purchasing  “Private” browser  Snapchat:  Kik  Instagram

16 1.Decide on features together 2.Consider social mapping 3.Set realistic expectations 4.Use care when sharing photos and videos 5.Exercise good judgment with social networking 6.Teach them how to block contacts, including “Do Not Disturb” 7.Remind them of legal issues 8.Set an example, it works both ways

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18  What information to disclose and what to never disclose  Who to trust  How to react to uncomfortable situations  Accountability and conduct

19  OnGuardOnline.gov  SafeKids.com   ConnectSafely.org  PewInternet.org  Tech.aspx Tech.aspx

20 Do not be afraid of your children using technology Communicate openly with your kids (early and often) Communicate your values and set a good example Be patient with them

21 Robert Ratayczak IT Manager - Information Security and Network Services West Bend Mutual Insurance Company 1900 South 18 th Avenue West Bend, WI Ph: | Fx:

22  MMORPG  “Party room” games  Games which have more than a couple players participating together  “Internet access required”

23  Net Nanny  McAfee Safe Eyes  CYBERsitter  CyberPatrol  Built-in to operating system 

24  AppleID allows some forms of “spying” on user activities, you would need the password  Text messages  Applications installed  Social mapping software allows you to track usage and location  A smart phone can still be replaced with a dial- only phone with no texting


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