Links

Links to sites we like, products we recommend, and bloggers we read.

Sites we like
IdentityTheftResourceCenter

UK Identity Theft If you’re a victim of IdentityTheft or Identity Fraud living in the UK, this site has lots of resources that can help you.

The Google Family Safety Center

Common Sense Media
“Helping kids grow up wisely in a media-saturated world.” Reviews and ratings for all kinds of media (including video games).

OnGuard Online
Stop and think before you connect or click. Teach your kids to do the same. This site helps you learn how. A service from the US Government.

Another service from the Government – the FTC. Good source for statistical information about identity theft.

iKeepSafe
The stated goal of iKeepSafe is to see generations of the world’s children grow up safely using technology and the Internet. Great tips for parents and teachers.

StaySafeOnline.org
The National Cybersecurity Alliance has a great site for all levels of people (beginner to advanced) to get educated about the risks, and to learn how to navigate through them easily.

Products We Recommend
VMWare Workstation – Remote access to your computer from anywhere.

IVPN – Surf the Internet anonymously and as though you were accessing it from anywhere in the world.

Bloggers We Read (and Like)
Ed Dickson at Fraud War
Ed continues to do great work to help people educate themselves.

Robert Scoble’s Blog
Robert is often in a position to be the first to break some new technology news. If you want to be in the know in the tech world, it’s a good idea to check this site every once in a while.

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