What does SafeToNet offer to me as a parent?
SafeToNet safeguardes children from bullying, sextortion, abuse and aggression online. Our Intelligent Keyboard uses artificial intelligence to automatically and in real-time advise and guide a child as they message others and search for content. It prevents them from sending anything that could harm them or hurt others.
The keyboard detects when a child is being bullied, struggling with low self-esteem or showing signs of stress and anxiety. It offers them in-the-moment support by providing a series of calming and soothing audio guides that help them deal with the issues they face.
- Real-time filtering of harmful outgoing messages.
The Intelligent Keyboard is a real-time assistant that educates your child to become a safer digital citizen. It changes colour as it detects risk and provides your child with advice and guidance in-the-moment.
- Digital Wellbeing Assistant
While the SafeToNet keyboard helps steer children away from risks it detects, our powerful digital wellbeing features provide help with stress, as well as advice and guidance and a way to reflect on emotions. All this helps children deal with the issues related to living in a digital world.
- Emotions Diary
The Emotions Diary is a private place for children to record and reflect on their emotions. Children write about their thoughts and emotions and become better equipped to deal with the emotions they experience whilst being online.
- For you as parents
SafeToNet respects the privacy rights of your child and will not tell a parent what has been said, seen or heard. Instead the software advises as the child’s safety levels change and notably when risks have reached a level that may require intervention.
The Explore the Signs feature helps parents to self-diagnose what the problem maybe. Parents can also search for specific advice on a wide range of online safety topics.
The indicator insights break down the movements towards or away from risk down into more granular information and help parents gain a better understanding of their children’s digital world.