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How vulnerable are you to cyber crime? How can we ensure our digital safety on the Internet in this new world of social networks & hacking?
In this fast-paced digital world where technology is omnipresent, it is important to embrace it. You have to set aside your fear of all that’s “tech” and take the effort to understand it and use it wisely.
How can you protect yourself against cybercrime?
Arming yourself against attacks on the Internet isn’t as difficult as you think. Layered security can help you protect your accounts.
This is a simple method of securing your accounts by adding two steps to the login process. This could include combinations like:
It is important to enable two-factor authentication on all your online accounts, from online banking to Gmail and Facebook.
These are simple and common-place strategies to build your immunity against online attacks. Protecting yourself against online vulnerability includes knowing what sites are safe, avoiding storing data that can cause you harm if your device is hacked etc.
It is also important to avoid sharing important credentials and documents on social media to avoid the risk of identity theft.
To know more about these simple but crucial steps to build your immunity against cyberattacks, watch this video with security expert Manjula Shridhar.
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