The internet has made our lives easier, faster, and more fun. You can order groceries online, talk to your family on the other side of the world and do business – using a single device. But technology cuts both ways: the digital lifestyle’s comfort and convenience also mean we’ve become increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime.
If you use the same password for every social media account and email, don’t. Cyber security experts advise at least to use two-factor authentication. One compromised account and all your other accounts will be cracked by cybercriminals, who target poorly protected websites.
Users can fall victim to phishing emails, online scams, and identity theft. According to digital forensics experts, it’s a matter of when you get attacked. And security threats will only be growing along with the emerging technology.
So how to protect yourself online and improve your digital literacy? How do hackers hack? High-profile tech experts, security coaches, and innovators share their insights.
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