Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Cyber Crisis - It's Personal Now

If you access the web from a smartphone, tablet or computer, this book will add to your knowledge about social network risks, online trust and privacy, content oversharing and smartphone addiction. 
Written in plain English (not geek-speak), Cyber Crisis also offers easy-to-follow steps you can take to improve your personal cyber security. You can read it in about ninety minutes (88 pages), and you will learn at least one new thing you can do that will lower your risk of being hacked or harmed online.

When online, you, your friends, children, parents, co-workers and social acquaintances are always just one click away from a stalker, predator, thief, troll, catfish or another social media sewer dweller. Protecting yourself is a matter of personal responsibility.

Reading Cyber Crisis will heighten your awareness of some of the factors and conditions that could, in the blink of any eye, suck you into a personal cyber crisis. It represents a warning shot for those of you predisposed to trust your fellow man in the real-world and, without thinking, carry that bias into cyberspace.
The Web is us, and we as a collective are the Web. After reading Cyber Crisis, my hope is that you will better understand this dynamic relationship, and will motivate you to accept a higher level of personal responsibility for your digital well-being.

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