When it comes to online privacy, you likely have one of these concerns:
- That your identity will be stolen or otherwise compromised
- That your employees will behave inappropriately online and this will reflect poorly on your business
- That your children will be victimized in some fashion or will post things that will come back to haunt them years later
Your employees and your children are participating online whether or not you want them to. For a business, the solution is simple – provide training and guidelines along with a social media policy and require employees to sign and adhere to it under penalty of dismissal.
But parents face a very different dilemma. Cyberbullying is prevalent online, with embarrassing moments broadcast regularly. And it’s difficult to determine if your child is being harassed – or harassing others – online until it’s too late.
Contact Digital Media Ghost to learn about our online privacy trainings tailored to your business’ or your family’s specific needs. We’ll show you what to avoid, what to watch out for, and will provide best practices to encourage positive online interactions.