The benefits of being online far outweigh the risks, yet we also know that scams, hacks, and breaches lurk around every corner. How can we possibly sidestep all those digital pitfalls?
One approach is to become really aware of the potential consequences before we – and our children – connect. That’s no easy feat in a home that perhaps has two laptops, a few iPhones, an iPad, maybe even a PlayStation or Xbox Live, too.
We recently chatted with Michael Kaiser, the executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance about ways families can implement a few security precautions so that everyone can connect with more confidence on the Internet.