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Deb Eskew

How to Keep Scammers Out of Your Professional Network

It’s easy to be a scammer in a digital world, and if a scammer ends up in your network, it’s easy to fall for their scam. It’s essential to build a scammer-free professional network to protect yourself and the other people in your network. To do that, you need to set limits to keep scammers…

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Internet Defamation with Kenton Hutcherson

With the sense of anonymity, people often post false claims, lies, and private information that can impact a person’s livelihood. Illegal content such as copyright infringement, invasion of privacy, and defamation are on the rise on the internet. But there is something to be done about it.  Today’s guest is Kenton Hutcherson. Kenton is an…

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Women’s Safety Tips with Jessa Russell

Safety in public spaces can be complex. There are things that you can do to be prepared and alert in all situations. Techniques can be used to distract someone long enough to escape, no matter the size of the attacker.  Today’s guest is Lieutenant Jessa Russell. Lieutenant Russell serves as the Community Relations Officer for…

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20 Ways You Are Ruining Your Credit

For most people, figuring out how our credit score is calculated is a black box. Learning what impacts your credit score gives you flexibility to change it. Here are twenty ways you are ruining your credit.  Today’s guest is Steve Snyder. Steve is an author, speaker, and one of the top personal finance commentators in…

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Cybercrime Investigations with Ken Gamble

Criminals feel safe to hide behind the internet. They hire people and train them to be effective salespeople with the goal of taking your money. Let’s look at a few ways to do our due diligence to be sure that who you are working with online are who they say they are.  Today’s guest is…

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Surveillance and Student Privacy with Jason Kelley

Surveillance cameras and other student monitoring tools are becoming more and more common in schools today. Laptops are distributed to the students and software is installed on them for their own protection, but it is important to know what is being done with the data collected outside of classroom use and if your students or…

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Gaslighting with Dr. Deborah Vinall

The term “gaslighting” is becoming more commonly used as people come to understand the psychological impact. It is important to identify the techniques used by someone to maintain an unhealthy relationship so you can avoid it or change it.  Today’s guest is Dr. Deborah Vinall. Dr. Vinall is not only a licensed marriage and family…

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Securing Your IoT Smarthome with Amanda Fennell

Home technology can be hacked. Anything from a coffee machine or LED light to a TV or a doorbell. We understand the risk of being vulnerable on our tablets and phones, but you’ll be shocked to realize how much data is collected from our other smart devices and how those very same devices can lead…

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