Monthly Archives: December 2011

Do You Have a Habit of Security?

“The unfortunate thing about this world is that good habits are so much easier to give up than bad ones.”  ~ Somerset Maugham We all have habits that put the security of our Private Personal Information (PPI) at risk. At … Continue reading

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Does Your Family have a Culture of Security?

There are numerous sources on-line for parents who want to help their children to make the correct decisions while participating in social networks. A couple are: The FTC’s OnGuardOnLine site covers what you need to know, where to go for … Continue reading

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Culture of Security in Your Family

Throughout the history of man the basic unit of security has been the family. As the need for support increased the family expanded to tribes to villages finally to counties. The core unit for building a Privacy Security Culture still … Continue reading

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