It’s that time of the year again. Are your kids’ devices ready for school?
To help ensure that you don’t become the victim of an online scammer, here are six common types of internet scams and how to avoid them.
As our kids grow over the summer, so does their online fluency. Here are some tips for working digital literacy into your back to school plans this year.
Here's a lesson you can take from your elders: Share less online. It might be the very thing that keeps you from getting scammed.
The manner in which these two organizations responded to their respective breaches is instructive.
Plus, WhatsApp announces more privacy but Tesla collects your data.
Avast is actively protecting its users from the campaign and has protected more than 10,000 users from the scam in August.
As the internet becomes an inseparable part of childhood for most, there’s no better time than back-to-school to talk about internet safety and privacy.
The Cybercrime Information Center's most current report highlights the fact that monthly phishing attacks have doubled since May 2020.
At this developmental stage, it’s time to start trusting that all of the work you put into teaching kids about good online behavior will pay off.