Privacy and security are on everyone's lips these days – and with good reason. At times, it seems as if every week a new story about hacking a corporate database is published, which publishes thousands of names, email addresses, and even social security numbers. In the meantime, click the wrong link and your computer can send all your personal data for misuse. Data aggregators pull your personal information from hundreds of websites and sell it to anyone who wants to pay. Your identity is at risk if the wrong people receive your information. And if you say something on social media that upsets an aggressive group, it can affect your work, your life, and your emotional wellbeing.
Fortunately, there are strategies to minimize or even avoid these dangers. In this privacy and security guide, we provide a toolkit to deal with issues such as identity theft, online harassment and general data security.
So do not just think about today's privacy issues, but do something about it.