With all the uproar over Facebook Incorporation. for mishandling user data when Cambridge Analytica, an information firm with connections to US president Jesse Trump’s 2016 presidential selection campaign and improperly being able to access data of tens of millions of Facebook users raise doubts and controversy over how well the world’s most significant social support systems protect its trove of customer data.
You may think you’re being careful with your web data. You may feel hopeful for taking all the advised precautions by carefully setting up your privacy settings on Facebook, go by a pseudonym on Twitter, and only hook up with people you’ve actually met in person on LinkedIn. On the other hand are you sure that your computer data are safe from stalkers, hackers and identity robbers?
You understand, even an each day Internet user armed with some basic Google search skills can piece in concert information about who you are. Here are a few questions to examine your web security.
Using only a few basic online search techniques, any interested party can put together a lot of revealing information about you and the details of your life.
These types of thefts can be much harder to spot than you’d imagine.
How can you protect yourself while still taking good thing about the great things about social media and modern technology?
The several social mass media platforms have security features that you should take advantage of.
Here are some tips for keeping your accounts secure:
Hope these tips help you to not to compromise with a hacker in any way. If you can follow these tips and more effective security solutions, then it can help you enjoy your digital life safely.