5 Ways to Protect Your Kids When They Use IoT Products

2020-04-15T17:50:45+00:00 April 15, 2020|Blog|

By Elain Thompson. A hacker attacks every 39 seconds, affecting 1 in 3 Americans each year—adults and kids alike. With even adults susceptible to hackers, children are even more vulnerable to sharing personal information, accidentally downloading viruses, and more. While IoT products like your smart fridge or smart baby monitor [...]

I’m on TikTok, but Your Elementary School Aged Child Probably Shouldn’t Be

2020-04-24T20:14:01+00:00 March 12, 2020|Blog|

By Anonymous High School Student TikTok is a creative video sharing app that has become a very popular social media platform for all ages, including young children.  Like most social media apps, users must be 13+ to create a TikTok account. However, young kids know how to get around apps [...]

Protect Your New Home From Digital Dangers When You Move

2020-02-25T22:11:04+00:00 February 28, 2020|Blog|

By Elaine Thompson When you’re planning a trans-state move, cybersecurity is often low on the list of things to prioritize. But implementing cybersecurity in your home is more urgent than you think—especially if you have kids. Hackers attack someone every 39 seconds, and as criminals have become craftier, it’s becoming [...]

How to Talk to Kids about the Latest Online Challenge Trend on Social Media

2020-02-25T22:10:52+00:00 February 21, 2020|Blog|

Every few months, our kids are exposed to a new viral social media challenge. Sometimes the challenges are harmless, while other times the challenge could land your child in the hospital or jail. Here are just a few of the online challenge trends we have seen over the last few [...]