With kids accessing the Internet to check their email, to browse the Web and play online games, or just to stay connected with friends and family through chat or social networking services, the risk of being exposed to many online dangers becomes very real. Here in our infographic, we address some of the online dangers kids could face, ways they can be exposed, and a few steps parents can take to keep their kids safe.
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There are some preemptive measures you can take to make the loss less traumatic in the event your device does get stolen.
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Our email accounts contain a ton of information about ourselves. We sign up for bank accounts, buy things online, and communicate with others using our email addresses. And the only thing keeping the attackers out is the strength of our passwords.
No matter how complex the passwords are, they are not foolproof. The attackers have cracking tools at their disposal and other tricks to get access to our accounts. Two-factor authentication prevents attackers from getting in even when they’ve gotten our passwords.
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Android devices seem to be continually under attack, with new reports of malware almost every day. However, the biggest threats against your Android phone or tablet aren’t malware, but rather unauthorized users who may access your information.
Continue reading… 7 Ways to Protect Your Android Device
It’s summertime, which means you are likely making plans for a few short trips, or an extended vacation. While you make your travel plans and make arrangements for your pets and mail, keep the following tips in mind to keep your vacation worry-free.
Continue reading… Summer Travel Security Tips