This book shares the risks of the Internet by detailing recent, real-world tragedies and revealing some of the secrets of online activities. It provides a pragmatic approach to help parents and teachers protect children against the threats of going online. Protecting Your Children on the Internet provides a roadmap to enable parents and teachers to become more engaged in children's online activities, arming them with techniques and tips to help protect their children.
Gregory S. Smith is vice president and CIO for an international conservation organization based in Washington, DC., and adjunct professor in the School of Professional Studies in Business and Education, graduate programs, at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. He's the author of Straight to the Top: Becoming a World-Class CIO and regularly speaks internationally and publishes best-practice articles on a variety of business and technology topics and magazines. His experience as an internationally recognized IT executive, educator, and parent make him the ideal expert for this important text.