I was asked to provide advice and guidance to help keep the children safe on the internet, helping keep them from inappropriate content and helping give the parents a level of control over internet usage. We discussed various options, and looked at some things that didn’t seem to be working as expected. Once I understood what was required I spent a little time researching various options. We found that being a Virgin Media customer meant that you could have a product called f-secure for 12 months free of charge, which provides many of the safety options needed, and £25 a year there after, but this gave 12 months to test it. NetNanny was an alternative to this, however it’s more expensive than f-secure, but looked to have some extra functions, so may suit in some circumstances.