Welcome to my project.
Consider all the ways the Internet influences your day-to-day activities; Do you text on a cell phone? Do you email? Do you bank “online”? Do you rely on your phone or your car to tell you how to get from point A to point B? Do you own a TV? Does your kid come home from school telling you that she absolutely needs red socks tomorrow for “red sock day” and you know you have no time to find red socks in any retail shop, so do you immediately order them on Amazon with one-day shipping?
Simply put, if you had no Internet access for 24 hours, you would notice how dependent you are on the Internet.
Now ask yourself this - do you really know what the Internet is? Who is in charge of enforcing the Internet rules? Are things on the Internet really what they appear to be? Most people only have a vague idea, and frankly do not really care to know - they want their things to just “work”. As a pretty educated society however, I find it alarming that we allow ourselves to put blind trust in an entity that governs our lives, second-by-second, minute-by-minute, hour-by-hour, day-by day, yet most of us do not even know what this entity “is”.
I have made it my mission to bring Internet security awareness to people who really couldn't care less. How will I accomplish this?
Interested in hearing more? Drop me a line.