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Net Safety

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Lecturer

Tilak College of Education

Pune


Refresher course in Education

  • This is the presentation for seminar .

  • Topic – Net safety

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@ Background

@ Meaning

@ Need

@ Threats

@ Solution

@ Conclusion

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Background

  • Since there is no one single controller of this huge huge network it becomes vulnerable.

  • Adults can take appropriate net safety precautions, but children are easy target for cyber criminals.

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Meaning

  • ‘Net-Safety’ contains two terms- net means mainly internet. It is safety of user who takes the advantage of internet.

  • “An application of knowledge of internet threats, it’s prevention, treatment and all kinds of management is called Net-safety.”

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Need

  • Data and user, no one is safe on the internet. If we lost data we may retrieve/regenerate it ; but if we lost our small user very difficult to recover him/her.

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Threats

  • There are economical, psychological, physical, technological and legal threats ruled on the net.

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1.Economical Threat

E-shopping, e-governance, e-payment, etc. Each of these facility needs username, password, e-cards.

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  • If children know about passwords, they may disclose in knowingly / unknowingly…

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2. Psychological Threat

  • Sex, drugs, crimes, violence, terrorism.

  • Criminal minds are finding soft targets for their use via e-mail, chatting, advertise, gifts, cartoons, clip arts etc.

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  • Children can involve in these kind of criminal activity for the sake of money, thrill, fun, gift, prestige, self recognition.

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  • Teenagers wants to grow faster. They want to live like the young one. Dating is very easy online. So many sites are there providing such ‘facility’.

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When the excitement is over then child comes to know what mistake he/she has done; then the psychological crises arises. He/she feel guilty, isolated, helpless; it changes innocence of their life.

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Children involves in virtual world, than the real world. They feel impatience, unsecured and unmatched in the real people. Because real people do not work on his/her ‘mouse-click’, not respond 100% according to the command given, as his/her computer does.

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3.Physical Threat

  • Overuse of computer ,less exercise, seating in problematic posture, proportion of chair-table, screen brightness, contrast, resolution, size of screen etc.

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4.TechnologicalThreat

  • Due to lack of proper knowledge children open your computer for Virus, Trojan horse, Worm.

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5.LegalThreat

  • The information may be disclosed by user child. Cyber criminal may use this information for terrorist activities and the illegal uses.

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  • Sometime your child may place e- purchasing order or download some software that is restricted under copyright act.

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Safety Solutions

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Economical

  • Give and change the password frequently. Password - to start computer, to start computer account, to connect the internet, to login all types of accounts.

  • Do not on save user name and password.

  • Keep records of offline transaction and check it .

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Do not show credit cards like important documents information to children.

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Psychological

  • Keep computer from where you can observe child using internet..

  • Check history of computer regularly.

  • Check safety settings in search engine

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  • Discuss with your child friendly about his/her e-friends.

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Psychological

  • Have ‘child lock’ software

  • Observe the use of pen drive, CD/DVD.

  • Don’t have the web camera always on. Don’t allow children to use it in privacy.

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Psychological

  • Continuously observe children behavior.

  • Enjoy free time with family.

  • Social development, Art and Craft work.

  • Be in touch with teachers.

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Physical

  • Give time bound access on internet.

  • Insist on play, exercises by setting example.

  • Show them webs related to health and hygiene.

  • Have the proper posture of seating in front of computer.

  • Surfing/gaming and eating should not go simultaneously.

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Technological

Have computer antivirus suit and update it.

Prevention, detection and eradication of Mal-wares.

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Legal

  • Give guidelines for downloading and making on line friends.

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Conclusion

  • It doesn’t mean that we should not use the internet or we should discourage our children to use internet.

  • They should become , wise net-savy.

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“We should train them to drive safely on information highway…. !”

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References

  • http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/6332619.stm

  • http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/education/5363678.stm

  • http://www.colonialhts.net/internet_safety/pledges/pledgemshs.pdf

  • http://www.fbi.gov/publications/pguide/pguidee.htm

  • http://www.getnetwise.org/

  • http://kids.getnetwise.org/safetyguide/

  • http://kids.getnetwise.org/safetyguide/

  • http://www.kidshield.com/steps/index.htm

  • http://www.learnthenet.com/english/html/10kids.htm

  • http://netsafety.nic.in/tips.htm

  • http://www.safer-internet.net/

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“I am safe in my parent’s hand !”

Thank you very much !


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