It’s time for safe tablets

This years CES fair gave us a certain hint and this was also visualised by Living In Digital Times on the 6th of January 2015. Below you find parts of what Robin Raskin let the audience know during a breakfast meeting when presenting the exciting times for family devices.

“This is the year when Bluetooth, mobile, internet and sensors are coming together to make everything digital, helping families live their connected lives as a unit,” said Robin Raskin, founder and president of Living in Digital Times. “It’s also a year where education is growing simultaneously more personalized and also driven by big data analytics. The power combination is changing how students learn and how that learning is measured.”

This year’s family will be taking advantage of the Internet of Things, wearable technology and smart home automation products to keep their lives in order. Kids, the digital natives, are becoming more active participants in technology, and less passive consumers as evidenced by new robotics, interactive viewing, kid’s wearables and other toys. As children become students, they’ll enter a more connected classroom as lessons are digitized and more personalized to each student’s needs.

You can read the full article if you click the external link up to the right.

Out of a CronLab perspective there is no doubt of that there will be a huge demand for safe browsing via tablets. The problem is that very few wonder about these things today. The tablets of today come packed with nice features and apps, some ready for activating functionality for safety. But most tablets are totally unprotected, and the same goes for smartphones. Today the amount of exploits, attacks and phishing attempts hitting you hard in a tablet environment are manageable, but as the dark sides of Internet turn focus the tablet will be in their crosshair to a greater extent.

CronLab is now putting even more effort into bringing our web browsing security services to more devices. We hope you will be one of those users having the opportunity of experiencing safe browsing via your tablet.

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