Supporting Youth Being Targeted by, Aggression, Cyberbullying, Threats, Hacks, and Violence
This program aims to help parents and caregivers support youth who may find themselves subject to various forms of aggression online. We will outline concerning signs to looks for. The diverse forms of aggression takes will be examined ranging from simple messages, threats of violence to more elaborate hacks. We will overview the support process during response and recovery periods in how you can most effetely help. Working with police, schools, and how to overcome barriers will be addressed. In extreme situations what are legal options available to you.
Cyberbullying, Sexting, Nudes, Intimate Images, and the Law Ages 15+ (Grade 8-12)
This session focusses exclusively on two subjects, sexting and bullying. Both subjects independent but oftentimes coincide. The social and legal circumstances of these behaviours can often be misunderstood, we aim to clarify the facts and risks. This program is based on academic peer reviewed research, case law, and real-world investigative experience helping teens. The objective of this session is to help youth understand consent, choices, consequences and how they can take specific actions to reduce legal liability and reduce harm emotionally, psychologically, physically and socially specific to these challenges. We will provide tools and resources for times of crisis to help maintain healthy and safe online experiences.
Despite all the good online it is negligent not to acknowledge the fact that there is concerning content that both parents and youth need to know about from an emotional, psychological, physical, social and cognitive standpoint. This webinar covers 4 categories of major concern that both parents and youth should be alive to, and how parents can talk about these concerns in an enlightening and not frightening way.
Internet Safety and Digital Literacy for Teens Ages 15+ (Grades 8-12)
This presentation is designed to provide students with proactive reflective online critical thinking and decision-making strategies, that youth can immediately put to good use. This virtual live training offers the knowledge, information, and empowerment, based on academically peer-reviewed research, case studies, and our online investigative experience that teens and young adults need to know.
Internet Safety and Digital Literacy for Parents and Caregivers
Helping parents to proactively understand the enabling power of technology and mobile communications, but also how to mitigate the sometimes unintended consequences of high risk or undesirable online behaviour.
This session will help advise families to create healthy gameplay while delving into the research, stories, and firsthand examples of the positives and negatives in this industry. We will also examine the research surrounding the debate around addiction.
You have questions we have answers! The White Hatter during our “office hours” sessions provide opportunities for us to answer your questions regarding security, privacy, digital education, business policy, overall digital challenges you, your family, or business may be facing.
For independent working professionals and those running a business, The White Hatter monthly Security & Privacy Roundup event overviews the latest modern business should be aware of to protect their assets and clients. In this free webinar we report, comment, and advise on the least security vulnerabilities, privacy challenges, and cautionary news stories of the month.
Bonus Q&A for live participants and a full replay available afterwards for all registrants.
Parents love to share and promote, through pictures and posts, how proud they are of their children in their social media. However, could these pictures and postings have unintended consequences to their child later in life? In this webinar, we talk about, and provide examples of something called “sharenting.”
Anecdotally, and from a peer reviewed research perspective, we know that technology can have a less than desirable effect on sleep patterns. Research has also provided evidence that there is a correlation between sleep deprivation, inhibited learning and being able to self-regulate emotions. In this webinar we will be looking at the correlation between technology, sleep challenges, inhibited learning, and emotional self-regulation and what parents can do overcome these challenges.
The news likes to shine a light on teens and how they use social media and technology in a negative way. In this webinar, we talk about how the majority of teens are doing super uber cool things online, some of which we guarantee will surprise you!
Monitoring, Filtering, and Other Tools for Parents & Caregivers
An overview of the various tools and resource available for families to help manage online connection and communication. To tool is 100% effective but learn about the products and resources that we recommend for families.
Internet Safety and Digital Literacy for Preteens Ages 12-13 (grade 6-7)
This session will help walkthrough for preteens and teens the things they may have come across at this age online including the emotional, professional, legal, and reputation challenges they can encounter at this age and beyond into adulthood.
Internet Safety and Digital Literacy for Kids Ages 9-11 (grade 4-5)
This event is designed to help kids understand the basics when it comes to privacy and security in the connected world. No amount of filtering or monitoring tools are sufficient compared to our critical thinking skills and understanding of behaviours and consequences. Unless there is 100% parental supervision every time a child is online, this presentation is necessary to help teach kids the power and openness of the internet and sometimes those whom we speak to online may not have our best interests in mind.
Teen Sexting, Nudes, Distribution of Intimate Images, and the Law
This program covers teen “sexting” based on academic peer-reviewed research, laws, and our investigative experience to help teens understand consent, choices, consequences and how they can take specific actions to reduce legal liability and reduce harm emotionally, psychologically, physically and socially specific to this subject.