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We have officially reached a point in history where we have an entire generation of people who have grown up using digital media. From their first moments of life, they have been introduced to technology, that provides them access and connectivity to the entire world. We see little ones in strollers playing with cell phones and iPads before they can even walk and talk. We are providing young persons with access to a world of information and people without providing them with the tools, guidelines, and education about how to use the Internet safely. Our goal in this article is to provide a framework for parents and young persons, in order to understand our role as a digital citizen and how we best to navigate content, with a focus on practicing good cyber hygiene.

Read the full article: ASIS Community White Paper | Digital Citizen

Author & Editor - Members of the ASIS International Women in Security Community (Publications) Author: Antoinette King, ACP, PSP – Author Antoinette King, PSP is a Key Account Manager with a focus on End User Engagements in the NY/NJ region. She has 20 years of experience in the security industry. Leading up to her joining Axis Communications, Antoinette worked for several security integrators as an outside sales account manager designing security solutions and project managing. She has an Associates Degree in Criminal Justice, Bachelors of Science in Managing Security Systems, and is currently pursuing her Masters Degree in Cybersecurity Policy and Risk Management. Editor: Suzanna Alsayed, MDEM – Editor Suzanna Alsayed, MDEM is a trilingual (French, English, Russian) emergency management and security specialist in Toronto. Suzanna has over 7 years’ experience in various roles within the Public and Private Sector with expertise in facilitating multi-disciplinary projects involving internal and external stakeholders. She has a bilingual Bachelors in Political Science, bilingual Honors Bachelors in International Studies, and a Masters in Disaster and Emergency Management.

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