Welcome to our online safety and security blog series, we’re really glad you’re here! You’re taking the first step to getting your online security to peak health.
Online safety and security is absolutely critical in this day and age, especially to ensure that your personal and business information is safe.
Technology has advanced to a point where any information and data put into the online sphere can be accessed.
This is why it is imperative that you take adequate measures to ensure that your information and data is safe and secure.
Take a moment to ask yourself these questions:
- Do I take my online safety and security seriously?
- Am I confident in how I keep my information and data safe, private and secure online?
- Do I know for sure that my information and data is in a safe online space?
If you answered ‘no’ to any of these questions or you feel uncertain about your online security, we’ve got some tips that may assist you.
Over the coming weeks, we will be exploring key aspects of online safety security.
We will provide you with the information and tools that will enable you to keep your information and data safe. It will require you to assess your current state and make some changes.
While it might be a bit confronting, we believe that everyone should be informed about the possibilities and pitfalls of the internet.
The internet is more than facebook chats, twitter memes, and instagram pictures. And, while there is a lot of good stuff on the internet, unfortunately so is the bad.
Are you regularly aware of the risk of hackers, identity theft and fraud, scams, spam etc.?
The internet can be trustworthy, but sometimes we put more trust and faith in its ability to keep our information private, safe and secure than we really should.
Online safety and security means using the internet with caution.
Equip yourself with information and tools to reduce your risk online.
We’ll be sharing everything you need to about know about your personal information, business security, password security, two-factor authentication, secure websites, identity theft, malware and more!
To start, we’re going to show you how your personal information is given away online and what you need to be aware of.