When it comes to supporting our youth and their online activity, our guest bloggers at Hueya offer several key talking points – each rooted in the belief that families thrive when everyone is communicating openly, honestly and with shared respect for one another’s experience.
#CyberAware is a family-friendly newsletter from the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). This month, we’re highlighting tips to help you and your family make online safety part of your summer travel and recent online safety news.
It's important to keep cybersecurity and privacy in mind while navigating your summer travel plans. @STOPTHNKCONNECT hosted a Twitter chat to discuss steps you can take to protect yourself, your devices and your information and enjoy a safe, stress-free summer escape.
#CyberAware is a family-friendly newsletter from the National Cyber Security Alliance. This month, we’re highlighting tips for avoiding oversharing on social media and staying safe with smart home devices, resources to help you talk to your kids about privacy and recent online safety news.
This Twitter chat discussed simple steps consumers and organizations can take to be more #CyberAware this spring and all year round.
Even if you swear off all smart home technology, you probably still have everyday devices in your home that are susceptible to hacking. Learn about devices to look out for and how to protect them.
#CyberAware is a family-friendly newsletter from the National Cyber Security Alliance. This month, we’re sharing resources to help you clear out cyber clutter and test your online safety knowledge, information about tools you can use to protect children online and recent online safety news.
“A More Perfect Internet: Digital Incivility, Cyber-Violence and Fake News” was the second program in a series led by the George Washington University Law School's Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Project. The event brought together practitioners, academics and student-experts to identify, address and explore ways to combat online pitfalls like cyber-violence, hoaxes and misinformation.
In credit card skimming, a cybercriminal uses a malicious electronic device which ‘skims’ through your credit card data once the magnetic strip of your card is in contact with it and steals information from it in order to take control of your account. Learn basic safety measures that can help you avoid becoming a victim.
In an effort to test Americans’ cyber awareness, Pew surveyed 1,055 adult internet users living in the United States, asking them 13 questions covering many of the general concepts and basic building blocks of protecting oneself online.