Monday, October 17, 2016

Speaking about Online Safety at the AAPC In Meridian ID

October is National Cyber Security Awareness month, and on Thursday, October 13, 2016, we had a great discussion at the Meridian AAPC meeting, talking about everything from using public wireless connections to protecting our kids from online predators.

Since my critically-acclaimed novel, WHO R U REALLY?, is about an online predator, I'm often asked to speak with groups about online safety. Cyber safety does not just apply to our kids. It applies to all of us. Back in 2014, I was asked to partner with the national campaign Stop.Think.Connect., and I'm pleased to offer additional resources to the groups I speak with because of this association.

If you're interested in scheduling me to come and speak with your group, click here to take a look at some of the content I offer during my presentations. Then shoot me an email at margokelly1 @ outlook . com (without the spaces) to schedule an event.

Stay safe online.


  1. Super cool. It's true, we only ever connect online safety to kids, but there's so much cyber hacking that we really do all have to be careful.

  2. People spread themselves on online way too thin and leave themselves vulnerable. Don't know what an immediate solution is.

  3. With teenage grandkids, I always worry about what they're getting into online. So many sites that can lead them into trouble.