Mobile phones are getting smarter, but are we? You might want to take these simple steps to secure your phones.
1. Set the magic number
Setting up a passcode is the easiest way to protect the data stored inside your phone.
Blood typecasting in some East Asian countries such as Japan and Korea is as popular as horoscope reading in the West. There is an intense belief that blood type can be an influencing factor in a person’s life, just as how astrological signs are perceived.
Most parents share photos of their children, especially their newborn, online. Some do it to simply share the growth of their children with relatives and friends who live far away.
Cybercriminals are constantly looking for new ways to manipulate victims online. With the right software in place and a general awareness of online threats, you can feel more guarded against an attack. Here’s a handy checklist to help you minimise your risk of being compromised.
1. Install quality antivirus
Any network or computer that’s connected to the Internet or any other external network is potentially at risk for an attack or threats. One method of protection is by installing an antivirus solution as this helps detect known threats. You can add another layer of protection by using Firewall as a barrier.
The growth of social media has made privacy increasingly vulnerable as we upload personal details (whether knowingly or unknowingly), thereby allowing others to see into our lives. Personal information is valuable and should be kept private. By maintaining privacy, you are reducing the risk of having your identity stolen.
How to make your account private