Teens waiting for dinner: do you sense a theme? A suggested rescue for your dinner: Try the phone stacking game. Have everyone in your family stack your phones on the counter or in the center of the table, face down, and focus on dinner and conversation. Some families have … [Read more...] about CyberSecurity Tip 14: Wordless Wednesday – Teen Life
Surveys have documented that 30% of US consumers have been victims of a cybercrime - things like identity theft, bullying, data hacking. So, what can you do to protect yourself and your family from this happening to you? First, you can embody a Cybersecurity Awareness Month … [Read more...] about CyberSecurity Tip 13: Staying Safe from Cybercrimes
We all have a digital footprint - a trail of digital data we leave behind after we are in the digital world. A digital footprint is created by anything we do that is in the cloud or online in any way from using email, to snapping a digital picture, to buying something online, to … [Read more...] about CyberSecurity Tip 12: Controlling Our Digital Footprints
Staying safe online is a noble goal for all of us but as the digital world grows,it seems there's more and more to remember. Luckily, the basics haven't changed. If we all follow those simple online rules of the road and help our kids do the same, that's what will keep us safe … [Read more...] about CyberSecurity Tip 12: TECH is the Word!
With an election just over a month away, most of us and our teenagers are using online sources for news. As the National Cybersecurity Alliance has documented, teens and parents are worried about fake news. To help your family out during the election season, here are some … [Read more...] about CyberSecurity Tip 11: Work as a Family To Stay Informed