NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., Dec. 9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- eAgency Mobile Security, developer of the My Mobile Watchdog® parental control app, announced today that CEO Robert Lotter will speak at the California School Boards Association (CSBA) Annual Education Conference and Trade Show on Sunday, December 14 at 8:30 am in San Francisco's Moscone Center. His speech will focus on KidsSafe™, a program launched by My Mobile Watchdog and Tax Deferred Solutions to fight cyber bullying and sexting in K-12 public schools. Mr. Lotter will announce the formation of the new My Mobile Watchdog Investigative Unit, a team that will support KidsSafe's initiatives in California schools.

Launched in February 2014, KidsSafe sponsors retired and off-duty police officers to conduct cyber safety seminars for parents and children. The officers educate attendees about the dangers of cyber bullying and sexting, and they teach parents how to use technology like My Mobile Watchdog to combat these behaviors. Parents who attend the seminars receive six free months of My Mobile Watchdog so they can monitor their children's smartphone activity and collaborate with other parents to keep their school environment KidsSafe. Dozens of California schools have now hosted these cyber safety seminars.

Mr. Lotter, founder of My Mobile Watchdog and owner of Tax Deferred Solutions, will discuss KidsSafe and the epidemic of sexting in public schools. He is considered a national expert on the subject and has appeared on Dr. Phil, Good Morning America, The TODAY Show, FOX, CNN, and many other news programs. Mr. Lotter and My Mobile Watchdog have also been written about in TIME Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Consumer's Digest, Newsweek, USA Today, The New York Times, and dozens of other publications.

During his speech at the CSBA Annual Education Conference, Mr. Lotter will announce the formation of My Mobile Watchdog's new Investigative Unit. The unit is to be manned by veteran law enforcement investigators who have years of experience serving in the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC). The unit, which includes a computer and smartphone forensics lab, will focus entirely on school issues. The My Mobile Watchdog Investigative Unit will launch in California with a mission to assist school officials, parents, and children in the fight against cyber bullying and sexting.

"While we empower parents to protect their children from cyber dangers with My Mobile Watchdog, we believe our Investigative Unit will provide a powerful layer of safety and greatly further KidsSafe's mission to eradicate abusive and predatory cyber behavior from K-12 schools," said Mr. Lotter. "The work we're doing in California is the first stage in a campaign we hope to extend through the country. At the CSBA conference, I look forward to giving attendees an inside view of KidsSafe and our exciting, future plans."

My Mobile Watchdog is the first consumer application built to protect children from cyber dangers. The patented app can alert parents to danger the instant a stranger contacts their child, and it enables parents to look at the content of their children's text messages, social media conversations, and phone logs as well as track their child's location, control which applications they can use, and filter the Internet. My Mobile Watchdog's law enforcement app, RADAR, has led to the conviction of over 250 child predators.

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About eAgency Mobile Security 

Established in 2001 in Newport Beach, California, eAgency Mobile Security (formerly eAgency) is a market leader in mobile security for consumers and businesses worldwide. Its applications enable parents, enterprises, and law enforcement agencies to secure the safety and integrity of activity by mobile device users, and are employed by many in the U.S. and beyond. eAgency Mobile Security's products, led by My Mobile Watchdog ( have received national coverage on Dr. Phil, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today. eAgency Mobile Security has multiple wireless patents pending for its innovations. 


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