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  1. Net Safety S.G.Isave Lecturer Tilak College of Education Pune

  2. Refresher course in Education • This is the presentation for seminar . • Topic – Net safety S.G.ISAVE

  3. @ Background @ Meaning @ Need @ Threats @ Solution @ Conclusion S.G.ISAVE

  4. 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. S.G.ISAVE

  5. 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.” S.G.ISAVE

  6. 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. S.G.ISAVE

  7. Threats • There are economical, psychological, physical, technological and legal threats ruled on the net. S.G.ISAVE

  8. 1.Economical Threat E-shopping, e-governance, e-payment, etc. Each of these facility needs username, password, e-cards. S.G.ISAVE

  9. If children know about passwords, they may disclose in knowingly / unknowingly… S.G.ISAVE

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  12. 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. S.G.ISAVE

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

  15. 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’. S.G.ISAVE

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  17. 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. S.G.ISAVE

  18. 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. S.G.ISAVE

  19. 3.Physical Threat • Overuse of computer ,less exercise, seating in problematic posture, proportion of chair-table, screen brightness, contrast, resolution, size of screen etc. S.G.ISAVE

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  21. 4.TechnologicalThreat • Due to lack of proper knowledge children open your computer for Virus, Trojan horse, Worm. S.G.ISAVE

  22. 5.LegalThreat • The information may be disclosed by user child. Cyber criminal may use this information for terrorist activities and the illegal uses. S.G.ISAVE

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

  24. Safety Solutions S.G.ISAVE

  25. 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 . S.G.ISAVE

  26. Do not show credit cards like important documents information to children. S.G.ISAVE

  27. Psychological • Keep computer from where you can observe child using internet.. • Check history of computer regularly. • Check safety settings in search engine S.G.ISAVE

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  30. Discuss with your child friendly about his/her e-friends. S.G.ISAVE

  31. 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. S.G.ISAVE

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  33. Psychological • Continuously observe children behavior. • Enjoy free time with family. • Social development, Art and Craft work. • Be in touch with teachers. S.G.ISAVE

  34. 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. S.G.ISAVE

  35. Technological Have computer antivirus suit and update it. Prevention, detection and eradication of Mal-wares. S.G.ISAVE

  36. Legal • Give guidelines for downloading and making on line friends. S.G.ISAVE

  37. 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. S.G.ISAVE

  38. “We should train them to drive safely on information highway…. !” S.G.ISAVE

  39. 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/ S.G.ISAVE

  40. “I am safe in my parent’s hand !” Thank you very much !