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Raising Tech Savvy Kids

June 11th, 2015|

By Chris Keller, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

From cell phones to iPads, kids are exposed to gadgets and gear at younger and younger ages. While the Internet is a wonderful place for learning and entertainment, it can pose dangers if precautions are not taken. Being a wise parent and empowering tech savvy kids […]

How to Stay Secure on Public Wi-Fi

January 28th, 2015|

By Chris Keller, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Did you know January 28th is Data Privacy Day (DPD)? DPD creates awareness about privacy and educates everyone about how their information may be collected and the benefits and risks of sharing personal information. In an effort to support DPD, here are some simple steps you […]

Advice to Help You Stay Safe Online

October 30th, 2014|

By Chris Keller, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Celebrated every October, National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) was created as a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure every American has the resources they need to be more secure online. In today’s environment, it’s likely you are concerned about the safety of your […]

Leveraging Technology to Combat Sandy

November 2nd, 2012|

By Chris Keller, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

A recent article in BusinessWeek focused on how recent technology movements like mobility and cloud computing are helping firms carry out business continuity plans for disasters like Hurricane Sandy. With a seemingly annual “storm of the century” being prepared to keep the business running is growing […]

Meeting with the Client on their terms

June 20th, 2012|

By Chris Keller, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer

For years, the Internet has been driving the trend towards self-service. Whether it’s how we shop for goods and services, how we interact and communicate with each other, or how we carry out business. Clients and their investments are affected here too. At Benjamin F. Edwards […]