Posts Tagged 'protecting kids online'

A Parent’s Handy Primer on Cyber Vocabulary – Part II Welcome back to our primer! As you may recall, our previous blog focused on cyber vocabulary for the benefit of Internet users. For many of you, these terms may already ring a bell, but we are explaining it to clarify any doubts that may cross […]

Q: I do a pretty good job keeping up with my son online and I try to follow all the tips on your blog. However, every time I ask my 15 year-old son for his phone to check his apps or contacts, a full-blown argument breaks out. I’m to the point where it’s just not […]

  Perspective is a word we have been giving a hearty workout in our house these days. I mentally reference it several times a week when my daughter replays a troubling conversation with a friend that nine times out of ten took place over text. (C’mon, who uses a phone actually to speak to someone?) […]

Part I The Internet age has not only brought us new devices and opportunities; it has also led to the coining and usage of new words. Cyber vocabulary is huge and growing daily. This makes it important for us to expand our knowledge about the commonly used terms. That said, I will focus here on […]

Co-Authored by Stacy Conner, Director of Global Channel Marketing at Intel Security Hi, it’s Stacey Conner and Peter Andrada coming to you live from the cafeteria of HQ Intel Security wishing we could trade the Coke Freestyle machine for a live barista. Many of us parents out there are looking for some silver bullet solution to […]