Helping families approach cyber safety together using real time behavioural analysis, live alerts, research-backed insights and helpful educational resources.
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Protect your kids without spying or blocking
Online activity constantly assessed for dangers
Real time threat alerts for parents, so you can take action
Encouraging open discussions between parents and kids
Backed By Research
Developed in collaboration with research partner Telethon kids Institute utilising their substantive research into childhood development and use of the internet by children and teenagers.
The Telethon Kids Institute is one of the largest and most successful medical research institutes in Australia, comprising a dedicated and diverse team of more than 500 staff and post-graduate students. It’s created a bold new blueprint for a medical research institute that brings together community, researchers, practitioners, policy makers and funders, who share our vision to improve the health and wellbeing of children through excellence in research.
The Institute is headed by leading paediatrician and infectious diseases expert Professor Jonathan Carapetis, with Founding Director Professor Fiona Stanley now its Patron.
Family Insights offers families complete protection and peace of mind across all mobile devices in the family home. By utilising Wangle's best in class VPN to secure children's own or shared devices, children’s online activity can be analysed across any mobile carrier network or public WiFi network. In the home, at friends houses, in the library, or out and about. Always on, always protecting.
Sign-up for an account online and add your family's details.
Download the app and login using your unique account details.
Setup and link the family devices to your account.
The family’s supported devices are ready to be protected in real time from online threats.
Leading Advice & Support
World Mental Health Week will be taking place from the 7th until the 13th October this year; with October 10th marking World Mental Health Day.