A website starting with HTTPS is encrypted and much safer than HTTP. Be sure to “look for the lock”.
Check your computer ports for unknown devices. Keyloggers capture your keystrokes for cybercriminals to decipher later.
Lock Your Phone
Your smartphone is now an extension of you, your life, and possibly your business. Photos, email addresses, phone numbers, contacts, documents and physical addresses.
All mail is not necessarily good mail. When you’re not expecting a package, double check with the sender.
Sometime free doesn’t mean secure. Consider the potential problems when using open public wifi.
To create a strong password it‘s best to use a combination of lowercase, UPPERCASE letters, symbols and numbers.
Every day 8 million people open a fraudulent phishing email, don‘t add to that number.
The unwanted popup. You didn’t close it correctly…and now there’s more of them to deal with....oh boy...
Dispose your documents properly. That doesn’t mean simply tossing them into the recycle bin.