The sedentary lifestyle isn’t sustainable — for any of us.

Looking to improve your home network security? Find out how Gryphon reduces potential risks as outlined by the nation’s top cybersecurity advisors.

The COVID pandemic has forever changed:

  • The way individuals purchase, learn and work from home
  • The way companies deliver goods and services which individuals depend on
  • The defined physical and digital boundaries that once separated consumers from suppliers, students from educators, and employees from employers.

It may seem complicated on the surface, but your child can actually start learning the basics of how to code as early as four or five. Here are some first steps to get you started.

What is code?

To get a computer to do a specific task, one must first give it step-by-step instructions of how the task can be accomplished. These instructions are what we refer to as code. The people who write this code are known as computer programmers.

Most aspects of your life are connected to the Internet. You work, shop, bank, even go to school online. Why wouldn’t a router be important?

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Your devices don’t have to drive a wedge between you and your kids. In fact, they can help you become closer.

Want to ensure the security of your information at home? Vulnerabilities may exist in the devices you use, but you can do something about that.


This is the first in a series of regular articles that Gryphon will be sharing to help current and prospective customers better understand the what and why of information and home network security. We want to better protect the people who use these networks to work and learn from home safely.

The reality is that letting your older child make friends online isn’t much more dangerous than dropping them off at a concert or a party.

Understanding Online Friends

I grew up in a place where I didn’t speak the language, making opportunities for friendships limited. I knew that I wanted to be a writer, but I didn’t have anyone in my life yet who was willing to read what I wrote. So I began publishing my writing online and making friends as a young teen, discovering communities where I felt welcome and appreciated.

You know what’s in your wallet — but what’s on your network?

Why should I know what’s on my home network?

In December 2020, a…

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