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techBack to School with Cyber Security

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Back to school is around the corner and with it comes new clothes, new books, new classes, and new tech! So, send kids back with the protection they need when it comes to cyber security. From preventing identity theft to choosing antivirus software that fits their needs, with the right tools and practices, they can enjoy the Internet safely and securely on all of their new devices.

Of all of the uncomfortable talks you'll have with your kids, Internet safety doesn't have to be one of them. From research for projects, to keeping in touch with friends, the Internet provides amazing information and accessibility. The other side of this is a greater vulnerability to identity theft and other dangers. So teaching kids about taking precautions and outfitting devices with parental controls is more important than ever to minimize online threats.

We've put together a great playlist over at Howdini's YouTube channel that covers everything from best practices to what to do if your computer is impacted by a virus. Then, head over to for more great information and special offers from our friends at ESET!

Happy surfing!

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