Graduating high school and attending college is a huge step for many students that grants new independence. Before starting the fall semester, many have already been briefed about the don’ts of living on campus: don’t do drugs, don’t fail classes and don’t do anything stupid. Unfortunately, there’s an important topic that’s often neglected: Internet security and privacy.
According to the 2016 Norton Cybersecurity Insights Report, millennials are the demographic most vulnerable to cyber crime.1 In fact, in 2015, a staggering 44 percent of U.S. millennials were a victim of . . .