Are Teens Snapping and Gramming Their Way to Being Hacked?

Gary Davis, Chief Consumer Security Evangelist at McAfee, discusses the cyber security risks and the rise of cyberbullying teenagers face in a landscape that is so heavily based in technology. Davis notes that preventing cyberbullying is a shared effort between parents, students, and schools, but that it must start with education so that students know the risks of their online behavior. When it comes to how teens can protect themselves from various cybert threats, anti-malware software is a must. And when are teens more likely to disconnect? Apparently, only when they're on vacation.
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