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When most high school or college students graduate, one of the biggest investments they’ve made to date, aside from cars or degrees, is in mobile technology—specifically their tablets, smartphones, laptops, gaming consoles, or any combination thereof. And even if students didn’t make the initial purchase of each of their handy gadgets (thanks Moms and Dads and guardians everywhere!), they have invested a great deal of time, emotion, and energy into integrating said devices into their daily lives. They rely on them for everything ranging from how they communicate with peers, family, and teachers, to how they plan their social activities and schoolwork. They are sources of entertainment and information. They are productivity “tools of the trade” for coursework, internships, and new found jobs. Let’s be honest, though, for most students the last thing on their minds is “how can I keep my laptop or tablet safe?” That’s where Mom and Dad, Gram