Family and Teen’s Cyber Security #infographic #CyberSecurity

Have you ever heard of the term ‘sexting’ or ‘cyber bullying’? If you have teens or tweens in your family, they probably know what these catchwords mean. Our children get access to the Internet from a very early age nowadays, and it is our responsibility as parents to protect them from the risks and dangers they will find online.

With this in mind, the team at Family Orbit has conducted an attractive research and presented the conclusions in this impressive infographic. The visualization will help you comprehend what real threats are your kids exposed to when surfing the web on their laptop or mobile devices. And it will also help you identify associated problems such as social media addiction and address these issues in the best possible way.

Check out the infographic below to explore some unusual stats, astonishing facts and everything you need to know about teen’s cyber security.

Family and Teen’s Cyber Security, an infographic by Family Orbit.

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Parenting in the Digital Age #infographic #Parenting #DigitalAge

Do you have young children or are you planning to have kids soon? If your answer is yes, you are going to love this infographic! Family Orbit has put together this visualization to help parents survive in the digital age. And the truth is that if you are prepared, it doesn’t need to be that overwhelming.

Did you know that 91% of teens access the Internet on mobile devices on a regular basis? Our children are completely immersed in the digital world and as parents, we need to be aware of the benefits and potential risks that this entails.

Find out with this infographic some fascinating stats about teens and technologies and some unusual facts such as how the i-Phone separation anxiety can affect them. The best way to be prepared is to understand the potential risks they are exposed to and learn some safety tips to prevent them from online dangers. You will find all this and much more on the infographic bellow.

Parenting in the Digital Age, an infographic by Family Orbit.

A Shortcut to Deciding Where to Study Abroad #infographic #studyabroad

Study abroad is an unforgettable experience. Everybody says that. However, your personal study abroad experience may be totally ruined if you fail to choose the right place. Just consider this — imagine you are a vegetarian student who comes to study in a country where most people are crazy about meat. Although it may seem not important (“Whatever, I will eat what I want anyway”), it is. Definitely, it is. When you travel to another country, you emerge into the local culture. And if you are somewhat different or have opposite views, it can be pretty challenging to enjoy your experience.

Here comes the solution:
Smart.Study has conducted a deep research and found out the best places to visit (or avoid) taking into consideration ways of life, views, and other motives of students. Make sure to check our list and find your dream study abroad destination.

So, let’s start right away.

An Infographic by Smart.Study.