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With more people online than ever before, cyber-crime is something that now affects people of all ages and backgrounds, as hackers and scammers aim to steal money and personal information from any internet user that drops their guard. Yet one of the most common targets of online fraud is also one that often has the least experience with the internet: seniors. Recent research has shown that cybercrimes against US adults aged 60+ have increased five-times since 2014, has led to more than $650 million in losses every year. Though cyber-criminals might not discriminate based on age, they recognize a vulnerable target when they see one, so it is important for older internet users to take additional steps to make sure they stay safe online.
You can’t always help it when you need to use a public computer, but there are strategies you can employ to stay safe while browsing the internet in a public space. Just being a bit more mindful can go a long way, so the next time you have to use a public computer, keep these helpful security tips in mind.
With the sheer amount of questionable content available online, many parents are understandably concerned when their young ones use the web. Even a seemingly innocuous Google search can send them down a hazardous path, especially if they are not being properly monitored and supported. For this reason, parental control software is a valuable investment for those looking to get a grip on how their children are using the web. Yet with so many parental control applications available, the greatest challenge is finding one that best suits their specific needs.