What can parents do to monitor children's apps?

Parents should consider ways to monitor the safety of their children online to ensure that the apps are suitable for them.

702 and Cape Talk's Stephen Grootes speaks to CEO of ESET Southern Africa, Carey van Vlaanderen, about which apps parents should look out for and what security measures to put in place.

Listen to the interview below:

Their [children] ability to use apps is quite scary...The future of apps is in the children nowadays.

Carey van Vlaanderen. CEO of ESET Southern Africa

What I would recommend is that you set a password for any kind of child app you download so the child can't do it themselves.

Carey van Vlaanderen. CEO of ESET Southern Africa

This article first appeared on 702 : What can parents do to monitor children's apps?


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