• Monitor and stay involved in online activity.
• Recognize the need for different strategies for a variety of age groups.
• Parents are often guilty of providing too much information about their children online. When parents put too much information about their children online, it may lead to safety and privacy risks for their children, both now and in the future. Read this article on "sharenting" to get the full picture.
• Your online information may be most vulnerable when you’re traveling. From laptops left behind in hotel rooms to connecting to public Wi-Fi networks, cyber safety can be an issue once you’ve left your home. Be aware of these issues when traveling to help ensure your safety and privacy.
• Don’t share your passwords with anyone.
• Change your passwords on occasion.
• Always log out of your computer and any sites you visit, especially when using a public computer.
Do you have any suggestions for ensuring cyber safety, or any stories to share? If so, please feel free to leave a comment!
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