Cybercrime and the digital risks we face are showing no signs of slowing down. Although tools, resources, and past experiences have helped us prepare for some of these cybersecurity threats, the same opportunities may not be readily available to our children or the younger generation.

In order to properly prepare today's youth for the challenges ahead, try sharing your knowledge and experiences. It may seem like they have a good grasp on technology, but scams, social engineering, weak passwords and more may be subjects they know less about.

Set a strong example by flexing your cybersecurity muscles and showing off what you've learned. And, as they should feel with other life problems, make sure they know to come to you for cybersecurity questions.

For more information download the September 2021 Newsletter.