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Getting Started

IT TAKES MOMENTS TO SET UP

SIGN UP ON YOUR DEVICE
ADD A CHILD
INSTALL ON CHILD’S DEVICE

Introducing SafeToNet

REDUCING WORRY AND INSPIRING TRUST

Blocking abuse, violence, sexual imagery and more.

We are all at risk from abuse and aggression on the social web.
Young adults and children are particularly vulnerable to sexual extortion, cyberbullying and unintentional exposure to horrific graphic imagery. SafeToNet is ground-breaking technology that uses artificial intelligence to automatically identify and block harmful messages and content before it’s seen and the damage is done. SafeToNet wraps its arms around your family, gets to know you and then without human intervention safeguards you from danger. It also advises and guides along the way. SafeToNet does not show you what children are seeing, sending or receiving. It protects their privacy whilst allowing you to trust they are safe. It stops you from worrying.

The SafeToNet Journey

POWERFUL SAFEGUARDING THAT STRENGTHENS OVER TIME

By downloading SafeToNet you and your family embark on a safeguarding journey. New features will appear over time (you don’t get them all at once). It’s a journey of device management, real-time content blocking plus advice and guidance on cyber safety and social issues.

Having installed the app on your child’s device you are presented with tools to remotely manage both the device and the apps being used. In the future (and only where you want the enhanced features), SafeToNet’s automated intelligent systems will start to learn and determine behavioural patterns and automatically search for known risks such as abuse, aggression, cyberbullying, sextortion and more. It then starts to automatically block harmful content in real time and before it is seen.

So, the more it learns, the better it safeguards. Please do watch our video to see where the SafeToNet journey will take you and how we can safeguard your family.

Usage Statistics

Meet Mum.

Mum gave her children a smartphone because she wants them to be connected to the digital world. She doesn’t want them to miss out. But she worries. Boy does she worry.

She sees them on their phones and tablets all the time and has no idea what they are doing. She doesn’t want to snoop because she respects their privacy rights. But because she cares she does want to know what apps they use, and when.

This helps her to be a better Mum. She hopes her children understand that.

Usage Statistics

Meet Mum.

Mum gave her children a smartphone because she wants them to be connected to the digital world. She doesn’t want them to miss out. But she worries. Boy does she worry.

She sees them on their phones and tablets all the time and has no idea what they are doing. She doesn’t want to snoop because she respects their privacy rights. But because she cares she does want to know what apps they use, and when.

This helps her to be a better Mum. She hopes her children understand that.

APP MANAGEMENT

Meet Charlotte.

Charlotte is great. She is 13 and spends tons of time on her phone and why not? It’s where everything happens. Her friends are there, there is much to see and loads of new apps to explore.

But some of these apps can be risky. So SafeToNet lists what apps are active on the Child’s device and guides where risks exist. Apps can be remotely switched off and on either on demand or within pre-scheduled time periods (such as homework or school time). Parents can also group the apps (such as social networks) and block them all in one go.

App Management

Meet Charlotte.

Charlotte is great. She is 13 and spends tons of time on her phone and why not? It’s where everything happens. Her friends are there, there is much to see and loads of new apps to explore.

But some of these apps can be risky. So SafeToNet lists what apps are active on the Child’s device and guides where risks exist. Apps can be remotely switched off and on either on demand or within pre-scheduled time periods (such as homework or school time). Parents can also group the apps (such as social networks) and block them all in one go.

Device Lock

Meet David.

David is just getting used to his new phone. He is 12 and many of his friends have had phones for ages. He can’t put his down! He is so quick at texting, messaging and who knows what else!

Mum and Dad, you can manage the amount of time your Child spends on their device and can remotely lock it when it’s bed time (you can do this automatically and set it as a repeating command). You can do it for other times too for example when your children are doing their homework, at dinner times, whilst they are at school or whenever you choose.

But Mum and Dad, try not to use the SafeToNet locking tool as a punishment. Your Kids depend on their phone to socialise with their friends and without it they could be excluded or even victimised.

Device Lock

Meet David.

David is just getting used to his new phone. He is 12 and many of his friends have had phones for ages. He can’t put his down! He is so quick at texting, messaging and who knows what else!

Mum and Dad, you can manage the amount of time your Child spends on their device and can remotely lock it when it’s bed time (you can do this automatically and set it as a repeating command). You can do it for other times too for example when your children are doing their homework, at dinner times, whilst they are at school or whenever you choose.

But Mum and Dad, try not to use the SafeToNet locking tool as a punishment. Your Kids depend on their phone to socialise with their friends and without it they could be excluded or even victimised.

Sext Blocking (Coming Soon)

Meet Stephen.

Stephen is a young guy. He often gets friend requests from ‘beautiful girls’ in far away places. Girls he has never met. Sometimes those ‘girls’ want to get to know Stephen better and even suggest he sends them pictures.

Young adults can find it hard to resist and innocently send pictures without realising who they are talking to and where their pictures can end up (they can be used for blackmail and worse).

SafeToNet detects and blocks images and videos of nudity attached to messages. But it doesn’t just block, it advises too. When a message of an intimate nature is sent, the young adult is advised of the risks they face and told why the message was blocked.

Note: SafeToNet does not allow anyone to see the photo or video in question.

Sext Blocking

(coming soon)

Meet Stephen.

Stephen is a young guy. He often gets friend requests from ‘beautiful girls’ in far away places. Girls he has never met. Sometimes those ‘girls’ want to get to know Stephen better and even suggest he sends them pictures.

Young adults can find it hard to resist and innocently send pictures without realising who they are talking to and where their pictures can end up (they can be used for blackmail and worse).

SafeToNet detects and blocks images and videos of nudity attached to messages. But it doesn’t just block, it advises too. When a message of an intimate nature is sent, the young adult is advised of the risks they face and told why the message was blocked.

Note: SafeToNet does not allow anyone to see the photo or video in question.

SafeToTalk Guidance

Meet Rhia.

Rhia has just given her daughter her first smartphone. Like many parents, this is a worrying moment. Her daughter is often in her room interacting with people she doesn’t know. She is seeing things Rhia can’t control and hearing things that sometimes are not nice.

Embedded within SafeToNet is an advice and guidance network called SafeToTalk. It’s a video library of information on e-safety issues such as sexting, cyberbullying, digital dependency, new apps and online trends.

You can search by topic and watch short videos recorded by experts, welfare specialists, teachers, parents and others who are in a similar position with you. It is there to help.

SafeToTalk Guidance

Meet Rhia.

Rhia has just given her daughter her first smartphone. Like many parents, this is a worrying moment. Her daughter is often in her room interacting with people she doesn’t know. She is seeing things Rhia can’t control and hearing things that sometimes are not nice.

Embedded within SafeToNet is an advice and guidance network called SafeToTalk. It’s a video library of information on e-safety issues such as sexting, cyberbullying, digital dependency, new apps and online trends.

You can search by topic and watch short videos recorded by experts, welfare specialists, teachers, parents and others who are in a similar position with you. It is there to help.

SafeToTalk Trend Alerts

Meet Dad.

Dad knows a bit about technology (well, he says he does!). Dad worries about the way kids interact online. But sometimes he is just too busy to keep up with the latest trends. Maybe he doesn’t know there’s a new app that encourages kids to stay up all night whilst he’s asleep. Maybe he isn’t aware of a new craze that dares Kids to do nasty stuff. Maybe he doesn’t know what all those apps do.

SafeToTalk is a single source of help and guides on the latest trends and risks to be aware of. Published in short videos, the advice is to the point and helps parents to better understand their child’s online world.

SafeToTalk Help

Meet the typical family.

Hang on a second. What is a typical family? Let’s take an educated guess. One that has a ton of problems. One with stress levels that ebb and flow with the challenges of life.

Sometimes it’s a lonely world. Our brains are designed to play nasty tricks on us. They don’t answer positively to questions we ask of ourselves whilst we lay awake at night.

SafeToTalk is designed to help. On SafeToTalk you can find people you can talk to via private video messaging. You can search on SafeToTalk for people who understand your problem. They will empathise and help you share your fears and concerns. You send a video message in your time and they will reply in theirs.

It is totally private and confidential. That’s why it’s called SafeToTalk.

SafeToTalk Help

Meet the typical family.

Hang on a second. What is a typical family? Let’s take an educated guess. One that has a ton of problems. One with stress levels that ebb and flow with the challenges of life.

Sometimes it’s a lonely world. Our brains are designed to play nasty tricks on us. They don’t answer positively to questions we ask of ourselves whilst we lay awake at night.

SafeToTalk is designed to help. On SafeToTalk you can find people you can talk to via private video messaging. You can search on SafeToTalk for people who understand your problem. They will empathise and help you share your fears and concerns. You send a video message in your time and they will reply in theirs.

It is totally private and confidential. That’s why it’s called SafeToTalk.