Latest additions to Passwords
All you need to know about authentication methods: Q&A guide
When your child gets their first smartphone, a whole new world opens for them. Their device becomes a gateway, not only for communicating with friends, but for accessing entertainment and education – but also encountering potential risks. With each click, the phone obtains more of their data. How can you help your child protect their smartphone from unauthorised access? Read our Q&A guide to find out.
Connected and safe: 8 basic rules for connectivity
Wi-Fi, AirDrop, Bluetooth… The many inventions of the modern world have made it possible for children to connect, explore and learn in ways that were unimaginable a generation ago. As parents and educators, we can empower kids to embrace the modern possibilities, even while protecting their digital safety. How? Here are 8 tips.
Identity theft affects children too – and it can store up financial problems for them in adulthood
While identity theft may just seem like an unpleasant incident, it's a crime in most countries – and is not limited to just adults. Here's how to keep your little one's personal data safe and what to do if the worst happens.
Why you should keep your Netflix password to yourself
Sharing is caring – except when it isn’t. Here’s why you shouldn’t share your password for online media services with other people.
Underrated yet important: Strong passwords are the key to online security
What is the simplest password you can come up with? “1234”, “password” or “qwerty”? Children today often use similar codes, putting comfort over security. And given that they need a username and password for every online service they join, passwords often end up being reused.