Wangle Technologies Ltd (ASX:WGL) is preparing to bring peace of mind to many parents in today's new cyber-age, with its soon to be released family protection software suite, Wangle Family Insites (WFI).
WFI monitors mobile network patterns in real time and advises parents of potential threats as well as providing greater details and resources to parents about these threats.
The pricing of WFI is to be $10 per month for a family subscription which is competitive in market.
The software is due for release in the September 2017 quarter.
Marketing plans are well in place with additional marketing partners coming onboard to ensure the launch is executed professionally.
Highlighting the importance of the software, 50% of teenagers have experienced cyber-aggression.
How will the software work
The ground-breaking parent protection suite utilises behavioural analysis of live mobile network traffic across Wangle’s best in class secure VPN network to help parents identify and manage online risks to their children.
The platform also provides educational resources to parents when risks are identified which has been prepared in collaboration with Telethon Kids Institute and Wangle’s newly appointed Head of Education, Robyn Treyvaud of Cyber Safe Kids.
Treyvaud will head up the cyber education function of the pending software, as the company focuses on addressing the important social issue of child safety on the internet.
Key issues include cyber bullying, online predators, the distribution of inappropriate content and the general safety and well-being of children on the internet.
Treyvaud is a globally recognised expert
Treyvaud is a globally recognised expert in online safety and digital citizenship.
She is an educational leader with over 40 years of experience in schools and is the founder of Cyber Safe Kids.
Cyber Safe Kids is an international organisation that assists educators, school and parent communities to understand and meet the challenges of living and working in the digital world.
She is a trusted advisor to governments, the media, industry and not for profits, nationally and internationally.