Hey there! Staying safe on the internet doesn’t have to be a daunting task, and there a lot of tools and services that can help. I’ve compiled a few best practices that will elevate your security and greatly reduce your exposure.
Don’t worry, you’ve got this!
Let’s get started!
Before we start, I highly recommend making a copy of all your vital data. Having more than one copy will ensure that when a disaster happens you’ll be able to recover quickly without losing your family photos, tax documents, or critical business data. Check out the Data Backup page for more information.
Once your data is safely backed up, let’s head over to the Passwords page for more information on password hygiene, and tools that manage them for you so you don’t have to try and remember what feels like a billion of them.
After you’re done and now practicing good password hygiene, let’s move onto Two Factor Authentication. It’s much easier than it sounds, and it’s probably the most effective tool at preventing your data from becoming compromised.