Idendego’s CEO, Alena Pastuch, announces the upcoming launch of Idendego’s website to be a destination forum in which parents can share ideas and gather information – a digital neighborhood that meets real world technology challenges. Idendego’s goal is to provide website content that will consistently educate parents, families and guardians with the most up-to-date information, advice and statistics from some of the nations most leading and respected authorities within the world of technology, security, child safety, educational institutions, financial and more as well as official testimonials confirms, CEO, Alena Pastuch.
Do parents really know what their children are doing online? How safe and secure are your children in a connected world? Did you know that: Three in four teens ages 8 through 18 (74%) have a home internet connection. Nearly one third (31%) have a computer in their bedroom. And, on a typical day, half of these teens go online from home without parent supervision. One in ten teenagers (13%) have a hand-held device that connects to the internet. The most common recreational activities young people are currently engaging in are computer games and instant messaging. Reported from Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation:
Idendego is committed to the development and marketing of state-of-the-art digital ID protection software for personal and business applications, including mobile phone programs designed to keep track of children and business software designed to protect against online ID theft. Headed-up by CEO, Alena Pastuch, Idendego is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.