A cybersecurity expert has released a guide that lays out the best ways to keep your online privacy safe.
The Cybersecurity 101 guide was written by James R. Anderson, a cybersecurity attorney at the firm Pepper Hamilton.
It outlines a number of measures to help protect your company from cyber attacks and threats.
Anderson also lays out steps you can take to ensure your personal data stays private.
“If you want to protect your personal information, you can do a number on how you want your data to be kept,” Anderson said.
“The easiest way to do that is with an encryption key, which is the combination of a username and password that you share online.
Then there’s a hardening service that will protect you against cyber attacks, but also for other attacks like trojans, viruses, spy tools, malware, and other kinds of malicious software.”
If you use a service like Google’s Gmail or Facebook Messenger, for example, you may want to make sure that your passwords and email addresses are encrypted as well, Anderson said, because these services are used by the majority of companies.
Anderson said that you should always encrypt your online accounts before sharing them with others.
He also suggests using two-factor authentication and a password manager to make your passwords less difficult to guess.
You can also choose a more secure alternative to email.
If you’re using Gmail or Google’s webmail service, you might want to encrypt your emails with a password, but Anderson says you should also protect your email by setting up two-step verification for any new email addresses you create.
You might also want to use a different email service for your social media accounts and business accounts.
Anderson says you might also have to consider setting up a password reset service to help you recover lost passwords and other personal information.
You can learn more about setting up an email password reset at the bottom of the page.
“I’m always concerned about data theft and data breaches and identity theft, but in general, a good online password is really important,” Anderson explained.
“If you don’t keep your passwords secure, you’re just sending people to another site.”