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Three Programs That Help Keep Your Children Safe Online

September 26, 2019

 

TOPICS: Internet Safety, Digital Life

5 Simple Ways to Secure Your Wireless Router

June 1, 2018

Wireless routers are at a higher risk of being hacked than wired routers because they rely on “the cloud”, meaning all of the router's data is available to a hacker if the router isn’t properly secured. While you could switch back to a wired internet connection, that isn’t...

TOPICS: Internet Safety, Digital Life

4 Simple Ways to Protect Your Wi-Fi Network

May 31, 2017

The protection of your home Wi-Fi network is as essential to your home security as having a lock on your front door. Consider all of the information and stored data which passes through your home network every day; bank account passwords, medical records, personal...

TOPICS: Internet Safety, Digital Life, Home Security

How Home Automation Can Boost Your Homes Value

September 2, 2016

Considering selling your home now or in the near future? You might be interested in knowing how smart home technology, otherwise known as home automation, can greatly increase the market value of your home. Imagine having the power to control your security system, cameras,...

TOPICS: Digital Life, Video, Home Automation

What is Z-Wave?

February 18, 2016

What is Z-Wave?

TOPICS: Home Maintenance, Digital Life

Keep Your Family Safe on Social Media

February 8, 2016

At Doyle Security, the safety of you and your family is our top priority. With social media playing such a huge role in our society today, online safety takes on a whole new meaning. You may be wondering if it’s safe for your family, especially your kids, to be active on...

TOPICS: Internet Safety, Digital Life

Digital Life Volume Two: Password Protection

August 24, 2015

Between our computers, cell phones and tablets, most Americans have huge amounts of our personal information stored via digital means. Although technological security has grown as rapidly as the technology it supports, the threat of hackers and viruses is constant. With...

TOPICS: Internet Safety, Community, Digital Life

Digital Life Volume One: Computer Operating Systems

August 11, 2015

Between our computers, cell phones and tablets, most Americans have huge amounts of our personal information stored via digital means. Although technological security has grown as rapidly as the technology it supports, the threat of hackers and viruses is constant. With...

TOPICS: Internet Safety, Digital Life

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