This is perhaps the last installment of my Security Essentials series, covering some miscellaneous information I have not previously addressed along with some sweet nerd tricks, tips and skills
I hate to say that this article will help you set up “basic” security settings on your devices, because most people do not even know what these setting are or that they exist.
While Google Chrome and Internet Explorer are 2 of the worlds most widely used web browsers, they are a security nightmare. Here are some alternative web browsers specifically designed with your online security and privacy in mind.
Here is how to better help secure your devices and personal data when traveling away from home, abroad, using a public internet or a foreign internet connection.
Believe it or not, social media accounts are easier to target and can be more easily compromised than emails in certain situations. However, security is often the last thing on peoples mind when they are engaging on social media. With that said, here is a guide to better help you understand some basic security principles when using your online accounts.
From password protection on the way down through creating an encrypted email account, here is how to better learn cyber security practices when handling your email accounts in the future.
*update from 2016* It never ceases to amaze me how many people still use Gmail, Yahoo and Hotmail, not even realizing there are other free – security based – email service providers out there. Here are some of the best email encryption service providers, as well as some helpful tips to help you secure any email account you happen to be using.
Learn how to write and remember an un-hackable password in 5 minutes or less, or your money back!