How can you ensure that your identity and your personal privacy are protected online? The answer likely isn’t going to be what you want to hear:
You have to make sure it’s protected. You do. You can’t rely on anyone else.
It’s true, there are threats everywhere, and with us walking around with our entire lives in our computers and smartphones, we have put all of our personal data in one convenient, well-organized package for anyone willing to try and take it.
Fortunately, a little cybersecurity goes a long way. As it turns out, there are some basic steps you can take to protect your privacy and your identity from threat actors and bad luck. In this episode of the
podcast, we return to the subject of protecting your personal information from prying eyes and malicious actors. In this episode, we focus on the small steps, the little tools, the tweaks in your regular behavior, that will dramatically improve your personal privacy.
In this episode, we discuss:
- The options available to people who are interested in greater personal privacy protection;
- Why being a little more secure is both easy to do and easy to ignore;
- How a simple change in a few habits can really improve your personal privacy and help protect you from identity theft; and
- Eight steps you can take, today, that will help secure your online personal privacy and protect your identity.
For more information, resources, and a transcript of this episode, check out the original post.