Child Fraud Is on the Rise: How to Protect Your Kids
- Children make easy targets for identity theft and other types of cybercrime. A security expert and author of a kids’ book on fraud walks us through ways to keep children safe.
What is the impact of child fraud on both parents and kids?
Last year, more than 1.25 million children in the U.S. fell victim to identity theft and fraud, costing the average affected family more than $1,100 per attack. Parents have a role to play in bankrupting the online fraud business model. Specifically, parents need tools to teach their children about online safety so fraudsters can no longer profit off their online activity.
The threats that children face in the online world are real. It is hard enough for adults to recognize fraud. Fraudsters are using all available avenues to exploit the innocence of children. These include online bullying, sexual abuse, exposure to inappropriate content, social engineering, malware, ransomware and malicious links. These threats can have serious consequences and can even scar the personalities of the affected children for the rest of their lives.details
How to Protect Kids with track phone routes by aispyer AI service
Open the Aispyer website in your browser and then clcik on ACCOUNT->Register to create an Aispyer account.
After purchasing a suitable plan of Aispyer, you can visit the registered email and there you will get the download link and registration code. After that, get the physical access to the target device, then download and install the app on it.
How to install, please refer to here
Open the Asipyer dashboard in the browser. Here you can trace mobile number current location using the location tab in the left side. Click the “Location” tab and then the current location and location history of the mobile will be shown.
Select “Location->Routers” menu
Calculate the moving routes of the target mobile phone based on AI services through big data