Join Nancy C. Muir for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Norton Family to control your family's online experience, part of Norton Internet Security Essential Training.
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…The Norton Family service provides some tools and…information that allow you to view your children's online activities.…You can also place some limits on the types of sites and content they can share.…In this movie, I provide an overview of the features of Norton Family.…Norton Family Basic is free.…Norton Premier adds some tools for…keeping track of texting on smartphones and reporting about time spent online.…To get started with the free Norton Family service,…click Norton Family in the list of icons at the bottom of the Norton window.…
In the window that appears, click Protect My Family.…Click Sign Up Now.…On this screen they're trying to sell you Norton Family Premier, but…we're just going to go with the free one.…So click Get Norton Family.…Enter your Norton email address and password.…Click Sign In.…And once again, they try to sell you Premier.…Click the Close button.…I have one child saved here already, but…I'll show you how to create your own child's profile.…Click Add Child.…Enter the name of your child.…
She explains how to set up real-time protection, configure scans of your system, and schedule tasks so that they don't hog system resources at important times. She'll also show how to set up a Smart Firewall to protect your entire network, and configure antivirus and antispam protection for messaging and email. Then learn how to protect and control your family's experience online, use an Identity Safe account for web browsing, and work with Norton's add-on cloud-sharing, mobile security, and remote monitoring services. Finally, Nancy explains how to incorporate Norton software as part of an overall privacy and security effort.
- Installing Norton Internet Security
- Excluding sites from scans
- Viewing performance data
- Running updates
- Configuring and running scans
- Protecting yourself online and on mobile devices