Our children are spending more and more time on their devices. They are more connected than any other generation.

And child predators know this.

The Internet and social media platforms have kicked the doors wide open for predators to hunt, lure and groom child victims online.

There are at least 500,000 predators online every day. Chances are pretty good that a child you know has interacted with a predator. How confident are you that your child knows what to do when solicited by a predator? How comfortable are you talking to your children about online predators? And importantly, how confident you know everything your child is doing online?

This free ebook is here to help you.

This free ebook will help you understand how child predators use the Internet and social media platforms to hunt, lure and groom children. It will help you have smarter conversations with the children in your life about avoiding predators. And, hopefully, it will help you protect them from abuse.

In this ebook, you’ll learn:

1. How predators find child victims online.
2. How predators groom potential victims.
3. How predators blackmail victims – a process known as Sextortion.
4. Seven things you can do to protect the children in your life from online predators.
5. Six questions predators ask that should be red flags for your children.
6. Four questions to ask your child if they’ve been victimized.

You’ll also get a free mobile device contract for you and your child to sign and information on the 15 apps law enforcement believe all parents should be aware of.

All for Free.

At the Beau Biden Foundation, we realize keeping tabs on your child’s digital life can be overwhelming. The phone never stops buzzing. The popular apps are constantly changing. You do a good job checking your kid’s profile and reviewing their friends – but you worry you’re missing something.

Fill out the form below and in a couple of minutes, we’ll email you a link to download this free eBook. It might not answer all of your questions, but it will answer some. And it will help you have healthy conversations with your kids about their digital life.