EntertainmentOne’s Adam Rubin writes that a lot of people will be talking about the WannaCrypt ransomware hack and how it made headlines, but there’s one thing everyone should be talking to women about: How do you handle cyberbullying?
Because it’s important to understand that not everyone has the ability to do what happened in the WanaCry hack.
It’s not unheard of for people to go through life without experiencing cyberbullies, and it’s not uncommon for people in certain positions to feel the effects of cyberbulling.
It could even be a good thing, according to Wanna Cry co-founder Noah Baumbach.
The first step to dealing with cyberbullish behavior is to be aware of it, Baumbah told Forbes.
“Be aware of what’s happening around you,” he said.
“If you can’t stop it, then you’re doing it wrong.”
You can read more from Adam on that topic in his piece on Cyberbullying and the WANDAKES.