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In this increasingly digital world, with easy access to the internet and rapid connectivity, cybersecurity has become one of the most indispensable parts of our day-to-day lives. Nowadays, teens are exposed to the internet at quite an early age through social media, gaming, browsing, and a wide range of other activities. Unfortunately, in doing so, they are also vulnerable to new-age cyber threats such as phishing attacks, ransomware, identity theft, etc. In Cybersecurity Life Skills for Teens, Mark Lynd, an expert in tech and cybersecurity with over 24 years of experience, provides you with in-depth insights, tips, and advice on ways to surf the web safely, take care of email security, be social media savvy, deal with online harassment, avoid social media addiction, stay informed and vigilant, learn to recognize, understand, and avoid sexting and sextortion, and much more.
With Cybersecurity Life Skills for Teens, kids and young adults will learn to keep software and devices up to date and assign solid passwords for accounts. Using his vast experience in the industry, Mark Lynd shares his knowledge on multi-factor authentification, backing up of data, social media safety protocols, protection of digital privacy and security, safe ways of file sharing, understanding and managing a digital footprint, etc. He also emphasizes the importance of keeping up with the latest cyber threats, viruses, and malfunctions. In the modern age, books such as these are, without a doubt, a must-read for the younger generation. I found it informative and educational, and I can't recommend it highly enough.