Twenty years ago, playing a game with players from the other side of the globe was just a dream. For today’s kids, this is the reality that is only a few clicks away. But cooperating or competing with complete strangers, who children know only by their nicknames, carries its risks. Although most online players are … More Does your young gamer play it safe? Six tips that will keep them well-protected
How wizards and superheroes can help kids stay safe from cyber-villains and other parenting hacks to encourage children to use secure passwords. While many of today’s parents grew up during an age where the internet and the world wide web were just in their beginnings, for today’s kids the virtual world is all but inseparable … More Fantastic passwords and where your children can find them
Santa will soon come down the chimney, but there are potential entry points into your home and digital life that you should never leave open. Many of us associate early December with the first snowfall, Holiday preparations and the beginning of Advent. And what better way to celebrate the preparations for the most wonderful time … More Cybersecurity Advent Calendar: Let Santa in, keep hackers out!
They’re supremely easy to remember, as well as easy to crack. Here’s how to improve your password security. Cybersecurity experts often share advice about the do’s and don’ts of passwords as a vital part of good cyber-hygiene practices. And yet, annual roundups of the most common passwords show that many of us continue to prioritize convenience over … More The worst passwords of 2020: Is it time to change yours?
Although we haven’t been able to physically go to school or work for a while, that doesn’t mean we’ve stopped learning. In fact, the coronavirus lockdowns have provided a number of important lessons. We’ve adapted to remote working, remote schooling, remote conferences – even remote happy hour! – and kept learning along the way. Read … More Top five lessons we’ve learned in lockdown