Keeping Kids Safe Online with Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security

Teresa from Tiaras & Tantrums, a 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, is here to share her thoughts on Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security via this sponsored post. While we were compensated to write this post, our writers views and opinions remain her own.

I don’t object to my children playing games on my laptop. However, lately my son has become a champ at downloading games from where ever he chooses, without asking for approval from me first. What he doesn’t understand is that when he clicks yes to download his ‘must-have’ game, there are hidden viruses and spyware attached to the files also.

My son doesn’t understand that while he is downloading the latest and greatest game, he is accidentally downloading spyware as well. My children are all aware of digital citizenship, but they still like to click yes. Even on the kid friendly sites that my son frequents, there are clickable ads flashing on the sidebars enticing clicks.

In just a few clicks, my son has entered his email address, because how else will he get free codes to play more games? and your laptop has a fresh batch of spyware sneaking about. All this from kid friendly, safe site.   We do have a Windows Operating System, so we need to be extra vigilant as we are the most vulnerable to viruses and spyware.

We currently have a great anti-virus and anti-spyware software, but are always on the look out for something even better. Because no matter how great our anti-virus and anti-spyware software, those pesky spyware always seem to make a path right onto my laptop.

Installing a quality anti-virus program, like  Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security onto your computer to prevent any issues like I have right now is a great solution. This way, if your children initiates unauthorized downloads, you have protection in place to block viruses, spy-ware and other harmful items. Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security lets you restrict or filter website access for your children with powerful parental controls. The latest version is available for a free download now and it includes easy-to-use parental controls that puts you back in charge of internet access.

Not all virus protection software catch all viruses. Having a selection of virus software on your computers to run in tiers is a great idea and a great tip from my husband. Keep in mind that new viruses are created every single day. Keeping your anti-spyware software up to date is another great tip.

While I like to think my son is completely safe on line while playing online games, I know there is the possibility of new threats everyday. Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security offers parents all the control they want to safeguard their children online. Currently they offer protection and privacy for up to three devices when you purchase their Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security product. Trend Micro Titanium Maximum Security is available for Mac, PC and Android devices for $49.95 per year, with the same license working on three devices.

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  Teresa is a family lifestyle photographer who is happy homeschooling her three children in the Christian classical education theory in the suburbs of Chicago. You can find her on her blog Tiaras & Tantrums or on Twitter as @tiarastantrums.

Comments

  1. Brittany says

    Right now I work on the computer with them or have my eye over their shoulder but they are getting bigger and I would love this to help keep them safe online.

  2. Connie Tillman says

    My kids are 15, 12, 2 and 6 months. If they use the internet they are monitored. You have to these days.

  3. Michelle Wood says

    I keep them out in the family room or kitchen when they’re online so I can keep an eye on them. More internet security would be nice though.

  4. Heather B says

    I keep them in the dining room, but I do still have to run interference and clean up on their laptop. I just removed several pieces of spyware and a virus on it. My 12 year old still does not understand that not all ads and sites are safe!

  5. Vera P. says

    We keep the computer in a common area of the house so that they are monitored while online and we check browsing history.

  6. Michelle Tucker says

    Keep an eye out when they are on the sites. They have their own login so they can’t go where they aren’t supposed to.

  7. Nycole says

    I dont have kids, but if I did I would monitor history, limit pages and time allowed and find a way to disable access to certain pages.
    knycks1(at)aol(dot)com

  8. Trisha McKee says

    I allot my daughter so much time on the internet, I have a recorder to keep track of everything she does, i have her passwords, and I talk openly with her about the dangers of online if not used properly.

  9. says

    Hey there! I realize this is somewhat off-topic but I needed to ask.
    Does running a well-established blog such as yours take a large amount of work?
    I’m brand new to blogging but I do write in my diary everyday.
    I’d like to start a blog so I can share my experience and thoughts online.

    Please let me know if you have any kind of suggestions or tips for new aspiring blog owners.

    Appreciate it!

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