SAFEGUARDING

AND DIGITAL WELLBEING

for when you aren't
by their side.

LIVING IN A DIGITAL WORLD

Social media and instant messaging have revolutionized the way in which we interact and socialize with each other.

While the benefits of the internet are immeasurable, it has opened the door to risks that can affect our children’s psychological and, in some cases, physical welfare.

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Image Source: Statista, Visual Capitalist, 2019

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Cyberbullying, sextortion and exposure to graphic imagery are risks that one takes when using the internet, especially social media. While adults may have the responsible attitude and psychological resilience to deal with these threats, many children do not.

Welcome to SafeToNet

SafeToNet is a cyber-safety company. It keeps children safe online wherever they are around the world and is fast becoming the leading global authority in online safeguarding.

SafeToNet has developed pioneering, award winning and patented technology that includes artificial intelligence to tackle key online threats such as cyberbullying, sextortion, grooming, abuse, and aggression. It provides real-time advice and guidance for children and parents about online issues as they arise and at the exact time when help is needed the most.

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Awards

SafeToNet continues to be recognized many times for its innovative technology.

Executive Leadership Team

Richard Pursey

Group CEO

Sharon Pursey

Co-Founder and CEO SafeToNet Foundation

Gottfried Werner

CEO EMEA

Randi Feigin

CEO Americas

Ted Hailey

CFO

John Revell

Board Member

John Hutchinson

Board Member

Florian Zimmermann

Board Member

Worldwide locations

SafeToNet has offices in the U.S., Canada, UK and Germany and employs passionate people who care deeply about online safety for children.

The SafeToNet Foundation

Running alongside SafeToNet is the SafeToNet Foundation, a registered charity that helps child-welfare groups, carers and charities better understand and deal with the wellbeing issues associated with online predation. A percentage of all of SafeToNet’s revenue is donated to the Foundation.

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