1. Shred it and Forget It
Shred or cut up any mail that contains sensitive information and remove shipping labels from boxes before recycling. To opt out of unwanted credit or insurance offers in the mail, visit www.optoutprescreen.com.
2. Watch Your WiFi
If you need to use a public WiFi network to take care of sensitive tasks,
consider a virtual private network (VPN) to keep your connection safe or wait until you’re on a secure network.
3. Conduct a Social Media Privacy Audit
Double check your social media settings to make sure private information like your birth year or cell phone number isn’t public.
4. Set Strong Passwords
Make it harder for hackers to access your personal data, with a strong password that consists of 12 or more characters that include numbers, capital letters and symbols.
5. Mind Your Data
If you have linked apps to your Facebook account, check the “off-Facebook
activity” tool. You can see who is using your information, and adjust security settings accordingly.
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