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Kids Say the Darndest Things Cybersecurity Edition

In our modern world, teaching kids about cybersecurity should be on any parent’s radar to ensure eSafety in this digital world.

Depending on how old your children are, the internet can be a dangerous place because as they get older they wander beyond the trusted apps you’ve set them up with. Therefore, it’s important to proactively talk to your children about the internet and its dangers. Furthermore, as children get older, their understanding of the internet, hackers, and cybersecurity will be greatly improved if parents are able to discuss these big concepts with their kids. 

Yet, online safety for parents can be overwhelming. Where do you begin when trying to summarize the vast internet to a 5-year old? With many children using the internet at younger ages, schools are teaching about these topics more and more. This is a good thing! 

That said, parents still need to play an active role in this cybersecurity education process to ensure the safety of their kids. Although, internet safety can be boring and dry, it’s very important. So with that in mind, here’s a fun set of questions we asked our team’s children regarding cybersecurity.

Watch Kids Say the Darndest Things Cybersecurity Edition:

 

After watching those video clips, you have to agree that kids say the darndest things. We hoped you enjoyed our iteration of this with the Cybersecurity Edition. 

In closing, remember these are important conversations to have with your children. So, while this video is fun, teaching children about cybersecurity is very important. To help get you started here are more resources to empower your conversation with your kids:

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About Jacob Fox
Jacob Fox is a search engine optimization manager at Cobalt. With a passion for technology, Jacob believes in the mission at Cobalt to transform traditional pentesting with the innovative Pentesting as a Service (PtaaS) platform. He focuses on empowering companies to build out their pentesting programs with informational content creation while emphasizing a positive user experience on the Cobalt website. More By Jacob Fox