Technology use has exploded. In the United States, there are more than312 million internet users, each spending an average of four hours online each day. There are more than 130 mobile broadband subscriptions per 100 people, and the average U.S. household owns more than 11 connected devices (including seven with screens to view content).Sadly, online protection for the average consumer has not kept pace. All the new technology is exciting, but it’s also extremely dangerous if it’s not used securely. Increased cyberattacks aimed at people in their homes has led to disastrous outcomes for many. The facts are:
In this session, we’ll cover the first three topics in S2Me:
In this session, we’ll cover the second three Topics in S2Me:
By now, your more than halfway through theS2Me. You know that the S2Me isn’t going to make you an information security expert, but you probably don’t want to be one of those anyway! S2Me covers the basics of cybersecurity and safety at home. This is good news, because more than 90% of all successful attacks are due to missing basics (by our estimate).
In this session, we continue with the third set of three S2Me Topics: