Parents use TeenSafe to monitor their children's device browser history, text messages, geo-locations, etc. While the name now seems like a  misnomer, the company's intent was to help parents keep their kids safe and secure. 

TeenSafe implemented security tools which oddly contradicted best security practices. They didn't know to how to properly configure their AWS, leaving it wide open and unprotected. Now, they have jeopardized the very people they sought out to protect and have tarnished their reputation. 

In our latest report, we found that there is a 182% increase in identity records being exposed on the deep and dark web, with Kids’ personal information being among the data exploited. As more and more children fall victim to identity theft, it is crucial that parents be aware of the information that could be exposed.