Posts Tagged 'Family Safety'

It’s pretty easy to blame our tech-driven culture for the many crooked or fractured places in families today. Not a day goes by that we don’t link—either publically or privately—everything back to the morality, privacy, and safety being siphoned by our tech. (No one gets that better than we do—we’re in the security business!) We […]

In the U.S. it’s Thanksgiving week and that means after Thursday, the holiday season will be in full force. Not only is it time to bring out the tinsel while jamming out to Michael Bublé’s holiday CD (I can finally listen to all the holiday music I want without judgment), it’s also time to buckle […]

For a parent, there’s nothing more heartwarming than seeing your teen slowly emerge from the “me slumber” and begin to genuinely care about giving. And what better time to encourage a giving spirit than the holidays? But there’s a cyber-world lesson that’s critical to teach in tandem with giving, and that is how to click wisely online—especially […]

This week I had the privilege of visiting Washington, D.C., to attend the Committee for Economic Development (CED) Fall Policy Conference. The annual event invites policymakers, educators and industry leaders to come together and discuss some of the most pressing economic issues facing our country. This year, cybersecurity was all the buzz. The 2014 conference […]

The iCloud hack made the term Cloud storage a household one and led people to either (a) Google for celeb photos that were exposed, or (b) read up online on what cloud storage is all about. But many, as I mentioned in my last blog, were completely bogged down by the tech-terms being thrown around. […]