Ask Me Anything - College: Is Your Kid In Danger?
Cyber and Personal Safety Black Belt Pete Canavan has your student covered...online and off. Ask Pete what you can do to keep your child, their possessions, and their identity safe during their college years and beyond.
Threats today that didn't exist just a few short years ago in the digital world include identity theft, email phishing and social engineering attacks, cyberstalking, and cyberbullying.
Offline threats in the physical world can come from sexual predators, active shooters, campus riots and terrorist attacks. Pete's latest book, "The Ultimate Guide to College Safety" (available on Amazon, B&N, libraries, etc) covers every possible threat to your child with information and actions to reduce those threats from becoming reality. The book has a companion web site that is constantly updated with posts and a Q&A section as well as other resources all designed to help improve the safety of college students - so their parents can get some sleep at night! Check out https://CampusSafetyUniversity.com for more info and a FREE online safety checklist.
Pete will discuss the best ways to protect your student from many of these threats as he shares valuable, simple and actionable tips that he has learned in over 20 years as an IT consultant and over two decades as a self-defence instructor.
Pete has also worked as a university public safety officer and event security professional and is well qualified to educate you on the best ways to improve your personal safety and security both online and offline.
For more information about Pete including his full bio, media kit, a listing of Keynote Speeches & Workshops and more, visit https://PeteCanavan.com. You can follow Pete on Twitter @pjcpete and check out his many videos on safety, self-defence and personal development on his YouTube channel.
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