Internet Parental Controls
Empowering parents to create a safe and secure online environment for their families.
Parental controls within the mobile telecommunications network are the applications of software and service tools that are designed to help parents and guardians monitor their children’s access to inappropriate websites and content while using laptops, tablets, mobile phones and other smart devices. Parental controls represent a valuable source of revenue and added customer value to telcos, where Netsweeper is the software tool of choice.
Create Unique Policies
Low, Medium, High, PG, Over 14, or Adult content controls to help make sure you’re comfortable with the sites your family can see online in your home.
Set up access time restrictions for homework, browsing time, social time and more.
Access time restrictions can be used to block the internet at certain times of the day, so that no matter which device a child connects with, it can be controlled.
Network enabled gaming consoles such as Sony PlayStation or Microsoft XBox that connect to game websites can also be blocked by Parental Controls.
The ability to select allowed and blocked websites based on the requirements and needs of each user and household.
Recieve an alert if the system identifies access attempts to blocked or time restriced websites.
Receive an alert if the system identifies a search or keyword containing harmful or self harm related topics.
Control override attempts against blocked pages with request access notification.
Parental Control Benefits for Telcos and Broadband Providers
• Differentiation: in a hyper-competitive marketplace, it is key to have the ability to demonstrate that your network offers a family-friendly internet experience
• Service Plans & Marketing: Create custom web access protect plans tailored towards families, children, or senior citizens as part of a base or premium subscription
• Increase Customer Loyalty: Offering parental controls will reduce customer churn by enabling parents to control and monitor web access in their households