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7 Cybersecurity Habits For Personal Online Safety

7 Cybersecurity Habits For Personal Online Safety

#7: Avoid Common Scams

So your passwords are secured, your MFA is turned on, your computer and mobile devices are updated, your digital life is completely backed up and your social media is protected. You are almost done!

#3: Update Computer & Mobile Devices

Another basic step that can immediately upgrade the security of your online digital life is ensuring your computer and mobile devices are regularly updated. The good news is most devices and apps can be set to do this automatically.

#6: Safeguard Your Privacy

We’re being tracked by everyone and everything, and in most cases through our most intimate possession: our phones. You may not realize it, but many apps have too much access to your personal information.

#1: Secure Your Passwords

While almost everyone has heard the basics of password security, many of us brush it off because it either seems too complicated, or we just don’t have the time. Unfortunately, data breaches and cyberattacks are becoming more and more common.

#5: Protect Your Social Media

We can't talk about cyber security without touching on social media. We live in a world where social media platforms are being used for everything - connection, communication and even jobs!

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Text-Message Scams

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