Cybersecurity: How parents can protect their children

The NU-Q professors said that activity online has led to tangible harm, especially in relation to minors and children.

NU-Q professors Amy Kristin Sanders and Banu Akdenizli say that parents need to be more watchful over their children's use of online resources.

Below is an expert of Qatar Tribune's coverage on the subject: 

"Schools and parents have to work together to create a culture of vigilance about technology in our everyday life and make sure children know what they are doing by making smart choices about what messaging programmes they use or the privacy settings on their social media accounts. These are very granular decisions that people make that we often do not educate anyone about." 

Read more.