Posts Tagged 'Family Safety'

There’s a chance you may skip this blog post thinking to yourself: This will never happen to my child. I have a tight reign on my kids—they know better. The chances of an inappropriate photo getting circulated, is pretty much zero. To which I would promptly administer this two-step reality check: • The #1 truth in parenting is […]

What Teachers & Parents Can Do to Support Digital Safety for Students Twitter Chat As a parent or teacher, you’ve always taught your children to look both ways before crossing the street. You’ve instructed them to never speak to strangers. It is your job to keep them safe everywhere they go, but do you take […]

Roses are red, violets are blue, but does your security matter to your loved one too? Okay, so maybe my rhyme needs a little work, but the substance is there: when we share personal information in real life, even with loved ones, we run the risk of exposing our most personal details with the world. […]

Rain drops the size of poker chips belly flopped onto my windshield. Great. People around here can’t drive in the rain. Now I’m really going to be late. The coffee drive-thru line was far too long for a Wednesday, which immediately got me wondering why so many humans drank coffee at all. I caught a […]

At this point in your adult, digital life, it’s likely you’ve experienced some kind of personal data breech—either you’ve had one of your a social profiles hijacked, a mobile device lost or stolen, or had a run in with credit card theft. If you are paying attention to the headlines, the buzz is all about Data Privacy […]