Use a VPN
A VPN, or Virtual Private Network is a secured, personal express lane on the internet highway. A VPN will connect you to your destination via your own personal encrypted tunnel, giving you a secure and private experience.
Use a Password Keeper
Passwords with the recommended combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols can be difficult to remember. A password keeper keeps track of all your passwords and where you use them. Allowing you to login anywhere with just one click, whilst adding increased security to your accounts.
Check your Privacy Settings on Social Media
Your social media profiles are a wealth of personal information. It can reveal where you were born, went to high school, your pet’s names. These are all giveaways to your personal passwords. Make sure only your friends can see your posts, location services are off and keep in mind how much personal information you are sharing.
Use Anti Virus Software
Antivirus software helps ensure that there are no programs on your computer you haven’t approved. This is important because hackers can easily add programs that damage your computer, steal your files to information, or even lock your information and demand a ransomware to restore it. There are many free/ paid for antivirus softwares that are simple to install.