Tag: Family Safety

"Borrowed thoughts, like borrowed money, only show the poverty of the borrower." ~Lady Marguerite Blessington Most of us would gasp if we received a call that our child cheated on his or her Algebra test by looking at another student's paper. But did you know there's another form of cheating going on in schools today ...
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The days are getting shorter and your bags are (finally) unpacked from the annual family vacation. Summer is officially coming to an end. For kids, nothing is more bittersweet than switching gears from hot days filled with play dates and summer camps to long school days and early mornings. For a kid, a new school ...
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Cada año Verizon da a conocer su Informe de Investigación de Violación de Datos (DBIR), un informe que comparte datos de incidentes a lo largo del año. Verizon recopila este documento con información de 70 organizaciones (incluyendo McAfee), analizando cerca de 80,000 casos individuales y más de 2,000 violaciones confirmadas de datos en 61 países. ...
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Roses are red, violets are blue, but does your security matter to your loved one too? Okay, so maybe my rhyme needs a little work, but the substance is there: when we share personal information in real life, even with loved ones, we run the risk of exposing our most personal details with the world. ...
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This week I had the privilege of visiting Washington, D.C., to attend the Committee for Economic Development (CED) Fall Policy Conference. The annual event invites policymakers, educators and industry leaders to come together and discuss some of the most pressing economic issues facing our country. This year, cybersecurity was all the buzz. The 2014 conference ...
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