Activate password or screen lock protections on your devices. No password is the digital equivalent of leaving your home or car unlocked for thieves.
Many of the popular products you use on your home or work computer easily protect your phone in the same way.
Many users still have no idea, but their lives, locations and pictures of family are wide open for anyone to see.
Your credit cards create a trail of your life. Cash gives you privacy when buying or visiting a business you don’t want others to know about.
Avoid leaving a digital footprint by masking your computer and location. This software provides anonymity when you want to visit websites anonymously.
This keeps your information from future computer users and reduces your ability to be tracked online by companies and sites you visit often.
Get a random code texted to your phone for an extra layer of security when logging into accounts from a new computer.
Read the fine print before you “agree” to download a new app. Many apps access your private information, your contacts and more.
Sign out of all accounts each time you're done. The extra step will keep your information out of the hands of identity thieves if your phone is lost or stolen.
Google scans the internet for your name and alerts you whenever you show up on a website that someone is talking about you.