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Which One is Nettie? - introduce cyber security to your children - cover

Which One is Nettie? - introduce cyber security to your children

Wendy Goucher

Publisher: University of Buckingham Press

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Summary

In her second adventure in Cyberland with her friend Webby, Nettie is shocked to discover Charlie the dog pretending to be her after she had left her tablet device unlocked. 
Young children may not be able to read words or design passwords, but they can begin to understand the importance of keeping things safe.  Parents and carers will also be opening a discussion about privacy which is important to small children outside of their use of computers and devices. Using the story of Nettie and Webby, adults can continue their introduction to cybersecurity that they began in the first books.  For young children it is not only about getting them to behave securely online, it is also about establishing a way children and adults can talk about cyber security as they grow.  In this book the start the conversation is around the importance of locking screens on devices, but where it goes from there is up to you. Academic research has shown the importance of planting the seeds of understanding of password safety with children as soon as possible so they develop good safe cyber habits. 
Further discussion at the end of the book points towards a basic understanding about designing secure password security and the importance of keeping passwords private. 
'Perfect for starting conversations around online safety' Heather Toomey, Cyber Lead, Derbyshire's Education Data Hub 
'Very child friendly and engaging' Teju Herath, Associate Processor in Information Systems, Brock University
Available since: 08/20/2021.

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