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Parental Computer Monitoring


Some parents feel bad for 'snooping' on their children, but there are many legitimate reasons to monitor your child's online activity. Parental monitoring offers peace of mind and reduces the risk of your child being exposed to:

  • Online bullying and antisocial behavior
  • Sexually explicit content
  • Online activity with unknown or undesirable persons
  • Downloading of illegal or adult content

Parental Computer Monitoring Includes:

  • Files viewed, edited and deleted
  • Erased and deleted files
  • Ingoing and outgoing email, including content
  • Keystrokes typed
  • Websites visited
  • Passwords used
  • Chat and social media activity
  • Other incoming / outgoing traffic

Monitor Your Child's Web Browsing

DDA monitoring allows you to view website's visited, pages viewed and other online activity. This can help you reduce the risk of your child accessing sexually explicit or offensive content on the web.


Monitor Your Child's Social Media Activity

DDA monitoring provides information about social media activity, including websites visited, pages viewed and the details of any conversations / communications. This can reduce the risk of your child being the victim of antisocial behavior and cyber-bullying.


Monitor Your Child's Email Communication

DDA monitoring allows you to view all incoming and outgoing emails, including content. This can give you an understanding of your child's active social contacts and details of their school and social circles.


Monitor Other Online Activity and Network Traffic

DDA monitoring provides information about traffic and other online activity. This will keep you informed about potentially costly, dangerous and illegal activity such as purchasing age-restricted items and downloading music and films.