Safeguarding Your Children’s Privacy

Facebook’s recent announcement that it plans to launch an Instagram for Kids under the age of 13 has put children’s privacy in the headlines and in the forefront of parents’ minds.  In 2017, Facebook – who owns Instagram –  launched Messenger Kids for children between the ages of 6 and 12. At that time a … Continue reading Safeguarding Your Children’s Privacy

Digital Spring Cleaning

The days are getting longer and the nights shorter. Daffodils are blooming and birds are chirping. Spring is in the air! Cracking open the windows to let the warm breeze in, it’s also the time of year when many homeowners participate in the annual rite of passage known as spring cleaning.   As you dust and … Continue reading Digital Spring Cleaning

5 Steps to Secure Your Mobile Device

Instead of being chained to a desk and PC (or Mac) or even a laptop, people are increasingly connecting for work, play, and entertainment “on the go” via smartphones and other mobile devices. According to Pew Research, nearly all Americans (97%) own a cellphone of some type, and 85% own smartphones.  The number of smartphone users worldwide is … Continue reading 5 Steps to Secure Your Mobile Device

Why You Need to Watch the Great Hack

Four years ago, Americans across the country were preparing to cast their ballots for the 45th President of the United States.  The 2016 election not only spawned unconventional and divisive campaigns that led to a stunning upset but also features the kind of cloak-and-dagger stuff that movies are made of.  In fact, a movie was … Continue reading Why You Need to Watch the Great Hack