Your privacy depends on your data being secure. Follow these tips to help protect your privacy from hackers and surveillance.
In this newsletter:
- How to Protect Your Privacy from Hackers
- How Does a VPN Protect Me?
- Browser Autofill Profiles Can Be Abused for Phishing Attacks
- Would You Fall for One of These Scam Emails?
Security 101: Here's how to keep your data private, step-by-step. This simple advice will help to protect you against hackers and government surveillance. Talk to us for personal assistance. (ZD Net)
A VPN, or Virtual Private Network, is a fully encrypted and private internet connection. Learn about the protection it offers. Contact us if you would like to see if setting up a VPN is a good idea for your business. (Ask Leo!)
If your browser is set up to store your personal information to fill out common form fields automatically, you may unknowingly be sending additional personal information through hidden fields. Read how hackers can exploit this browser feature and how you can disable it to keep your information private. (Bleeping Computer)
There's still plenty more phish in the sea, as workers can't stop clicking on scam emails. Would these ones trick you? (ZD Net)