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Open Letter to Melania Trump on Cyber Bullying

This letter was originally sent to First Lady Mrs. Trump on December 6th, 2016 by our VP of Marketing, Diane Kisner.  To date, we have not received a response.

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Topics: Cyber-Security for Kids, Family Offices

If You Use a "free" Email Service from Gmail, AOL, or Yahoo ...

If you use Gmail, AOL, Yahoo, Hotmail, or any of the other "free" services,  here is an alternative you can live with. 

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Topics: Home IT, Cyber-Security for Kids, Protecting Home and Family from Cyber-Crime, Private Email Domains

How to Freeze Your Credit Account

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Topics: Cyber-Security for Kids, Protecting Home and Family from Cyber-Crime

A Day in the Life of a Family Protected by Total Digital Security

 

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Topics: Home IT, Cyber-Security for Kids, Protecting Home and Family from Cyber-Crime, Family Offices

Drafting a Social Media Policy for Your Family

Social media is a great way to connect with friends, family, and businesses. You can keep up-to-date with your cousin's engagement or browse exciting news, breaking by the minute. But, social media is not without its risks. Connecting our profiles with various online "friends" opens our information up to a huge group of digital users who might be trying to use it maliciously. Additionally, it makes us "public figures" and puts our online behavior and speech directly in the spotlight. Add to that the fact that the average social media user is getting younger and younger, and we have a situation where the whole family, parents and kids, must be working together to protect each other and ensure safety while online.  

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Topics: Cyber-Security for Kids, Protecting Home and Family from Cyber-Crime

Why Protecting Your Kids’ Identity Should Start Today

2584948850_21ff55817e_oA 2011 study by Carnegie Mellon found that 10 percent of minors are likely to be victims of identity theft before they turn 18. If that surprises you, you’re not alone. A lot of people think that you don’t need to worry about your children having their identities stolen because they’re not out applying for loans, using credit cards, opening bank accounts, and so forth. But that’s exactly what makes children such an enticing target. Their social security numbers are a blank canvas, and thieves can expect to use the numbers for years – until your child is applying for their first job, for example – before anyone notices. The risk isn’t going to go away, so what can you, as a parent, do to protect your children’s identities so that they don’t start their adult lives weighed down by some criminal’s bad history?

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Topics: Cyber-Security for Kids

Your Kids' Identity - 4 Things You Can Do to Allow Them to Create Their Own

In this week's report, we will discuss the most long-term and effective actions that we can take as parents to insure our kids' identity and future is their own, and not completely under the control of inscrutable algorithms on behalf of governments, big corporations, criminals and creeps. These solutions are simple, extraordinarily affordable, and will work for a lifetime.

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Topics: Cyber-Security for Kids

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