Dale has been working with computers for over 30 years and still enjoys it. Besides managing a team of IT people, he enjoys woodworking, remodeling, automobiles, photography, and driving his kids all over the place. He also serves on a board of directors at a non-profit organization and helps them, and others, with their IT needs. He has two daughters, an independent twenty-year-old who loves working with children, and a fourteen-year-old who lives for musical theater. Dale has worked in multiple careers (short-order cook, automotive/diesel mechanic, eleven years in the US Air Force working law enforcement, and several IT positions including his own business for a short period) but loves to help people more than anything else. His current callings in the church are stake clerk/technology specialist (fixing all computers in the stake as well as overseeing the stake broadcasts from Virginia to North Carolina) and ward temple and family history consultant. Occasionally, he sleeps.
With all the technology options out there today (computers, televisions, game consoles, tablets, phones, watches, and many other things that talk back to you, besides your children), how do you ensure that your family is safe from the challenges around you? In this session, we will discuss some of the many ways that you can protect your family, at all ages, through multiple layers of security. There is never one solution that protects you from every situation. But we will look at a few that, when used in layers, can help you provide a focused environment where your family can safely search and browse without all the unneeded distractions, even when away from the house.