Family Safety

How to Remove Unwanted Photos of Your Child Online

There’s a chance you may skip this blog post thinking to yourself: This will never happen to my child. I have a tight reign on my kids—they know better. The chances of an inappropriate photo getting circulated, is pretty much zero. To which I would promptly administer this two-step reality check: • The ...

Consumer Threat Notices

Doxxing, The Internet and How You Can Lock Down Your Data

There exists, in this world of ours, a term describing the public release of a person’s identity against their will online. It’s called doxxing—Internet-speak for publishing docs, or documents—and it has quickly gone from an obscure Internet term to a tool for digital intimidation. And it can be quite nasty. ...

Consumer Threat Notices

Emma Watson Video Leak Scam: Hackers Use Celeb’s Popularity to Unleash Viruses on your Devices

Following the announcement of the 2014 Most Dangerous Celebrities™ earlier this month, our senses have been heightened to scams on the web involving Hollywood’s most famous. Well, it seems our fascination with lifestyles of the rich and famous have led us to yet another attack utilizing well-known celebs to spread ...

Family Safety

The Golden Rule Of The Internet- Tips To Help You Train Your Kids To Become Good Netizens

There are rules and then there are rules for kids. A set of rules for school, another defined set at games, and a complete set of unwritten rules at home. But there is one field that our kids traverse almost daily, spending hours there at their own free will, mostly ...

Executive Perspectives

A Graduate’s Guide to Landing a Job in Marketing

This blog post was written by Penny Baldwin. Today’s job market is a foreign landscape when compared with what it was when I graduated college from San Francisco State University. At that time, applying for entry-level job positions was about a strong resume and cover letter as opposed to what ...

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