With just a few simple steps and perhaps a few minutes daily or weekly, you can easily make sure that the level of security around your accounts is the best it can be.
Now that you've read the last 7 tips, go through your accounts if you haven't already and give them what I like to call a "tune up" just to lock them down further.
This could be as simple as changing your passwords, adding two-step authentication, or creating a recovery account as well.
Regardless of what it is you need to do, it's important that you take action today and bump up that level of security. Because you truly never know if it could be you tomorrow when some hacker decides to target your personal account(s) and wreak havoc upon your life.
By putting these tips into effect and making that extra effort to check over everything, you're actually doing yourself a massive favor in the long term.
Wouldn't you rather end up safe versus being sorry and paying a HUGE price trying to resolve hacker related issues further down the road?
The best thing you can possibly do at this point is take preemptive measures towards securing both your personal data and your important accounts too.
Most of all, you should always be prepared just in case something does happen.
With all of that said, I wish you the best of luck in securing your accounts and privacy. If you need any more training or want to learn more, check out the training guide linked below:
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