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NEW YORK — With remote learning becoming the new normal, hackers are busy finding new ways to pull off cyberattacks.

As a result, many parents and their children may soon find themselves at risk of getting hacked.

CEO of Larry Magid gives tips on how your family can protect themselves against cyberattacks.