Parents have always managed to set geographical boundaries \u2013 where their children could go and where they could not \u2013 back in time. Nowadays there is another opportunity to monitor the child\u2019s whereabouts \u2013 to track the location of them using special software. Yet, according to Kaspersky\u2019s\u00a0special survey for parents, not many parents in Nigeria realise this. According to the \u201cResponsible Digital Parenting\u201d survey, 79% of Nigerian parents do not track the location of their child. The reasons for this vary: 54% have never thought of tracking the location, while 28% do not know how to do it. There is an option to have the software, which lets parents locate their children on a map and set a safe area for them to stay in, installed on their children\u2019s devices. However, 38% of parents in Nigeria claim they do not have it installed on any of their devices. \u201cModern times offer a wide range of tools which can help in preventing accidents in real or digital life. It is crucial to know how to use them, what their benefits are, and, actually, use them. Tracking your child\u2019s location can definitely save you a lot of trouble \u2013 its advantages lie also in the fact that it allows to control not only digital, but also real life of the child,\u201d commented Andrey Sidenko, Head of Child Safety at Kaspersky Network. To secure and protect your child both in digital and in real life, Kaspersky strongly recommends following this advice: \tLearn more on the topic of children\u2019s cybersecurity: explore modern trends, apps, the way of behaviour that has to be adopted in order to safeguard against dangers (for instance, the basic security rules while on the Internet); update your network security knowledge periodically, use the Kaspersky blog\u00a0to do this. \tCommunicate with your child and define the borders which are not meant to be crossed: discuss with them safe locations both real and webpages. \tInstall a reliable security solution such as\u00a0Kaspersky Safe Kids to monitor your child\u2019s activity successfully. HEADLINES YOU MIGHT HAVE MISSED FROM BRAND SPUR Olam Cocoa launches new business for professional chefs, bakers and p\u00e2tissiers Olam\u00a0Cocoa has today announced the launch of\u00a0Olam Cocoa\u00a0for Professionals, a new business which will make its premium deZaan cocoa powders available to restaurants, caterers, and patisseries for the first time. 7Up danced into COVID-19 with 2Sure hand sanitizers with same bottle 7Up\u00a0bottling company is one of the leading trademarks that deals with beverages. It produces and distributes carbonated soft drinks such as 7up, Mirinda, Pepsi, Teem, Mountain Dew, H2oH!, Lipton Ice Tea and Aquafina premium drinking water. Netflix ignores critics to release \u2019Cuties\u2019 movie revealed to be promoting children sex Netflix, an American technology and media services provider and production company headquartered in Los Gatos, California, founded in 1997 by Reed Hastings. Total Debt Stock Hits N31.01 Trillion as Nigeria Receives USD3.36 Billion Loan from IMF In the just concluded week, total debt figure released by the\u00a0Debt Management Office\u00a0(DMO) showed that Nigeria\u2019s total public\u00a0debt\u00a0stock for the second quarter of 2020 increased by 8.31% to N31.01 trillion as at June 2020 (from N28.63 trillion as at March 2020). Debt profiling: Drawing a nexus between Jonathan and Buhari Administrations The Debt Management Office on Wednesday, 9th September, announced that Nigeria\u2019s public debt has risen to N31.01 trillion at the end of June. Hyundai Motor Launches 'Channel Hyundai' for Smart TVs to Provide Enhanced Digital Customer Experience Hyundai Motor Company is leading the digital transformation in the era of COVID-19 and beyond with the launch of \u2018Channel Hyundai\u2019, an interactive app for smart TVs featuring multimedia content and a digital interface for customers to experience the brand in a new way.