To protect their identity online, people should create strong passwords for all of their accounts. They should also refrain from disclosing sensitive information in response to emails that appear to be from trusted sources.
People can protect their identities online by creating passwords with eight or more characters. They should also select different username and password for each account.
To protect their identities online, people should refrain from using their personal information as a username, password or personal identification number.
They should not respond to emails that claim to be collecting personal information on behalf of their banks or other trusted parties.
They should refrain from opening email attachments and installing free software from unknown sources.
They should avoid sharing a lot of personal information on social media. They should also maximize their privacy settings on social networking sites.
People can protect their identities online by being cautious about the links they click. Many links on social media sites and emails can be fraudulent or harmful. Internet users should try to visit websites whose addresses start with “http:” because such sites take additional measures to help protect visitors’ information.
People should lock their smartphone screens with passwords. They should also try to keep sensitive information off their phones. In addition, they should review apps’ privacy policies before downloading.
Finally, people should keep their computer operating systems, mobile device software and Internet browsers updated with the latest security patches.