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Data protection importance grows as the digital data becomes predominant way of managing data. Threat of data theft, loss or misuse is the hazard of every day. This fact should be considered seriously.

 

Posted: Nov 2013


   

 

If you think that your data can be lost or stolen at office and during travelling, than you should think twice. We take our work at home very often. Therefore, our home can be the place where we can be victim of data theft, Check the following tips.

TIP 1

Your garbage at home can be source of your personal data that can be used for stealing of identity. Be careful what and how you throw into your garbage bin.
Why? Identity thief will not steal only your wallet or laptop. He could check you’re your garbage for invoices and other documents.

TIP 2

Data SecurityBe sure about identity, address and phone number of companies that you deal with. Ignore mails about rewards for sweepstakes that you never took. Ignore mails about inheritage from the aunt that you were not aware about. Do not pay anything in advance, unless there is protective mechanism in place like on eBay.

TIP 3

Avoid snail mail information channel. If you receive your bank account report by snail mail you should consider switching to e-mail reports. Regular mail is less secure than e-mail.

TIP 4

Be careful about your wi-fi password. Never give it to anybody. If you have to share it, be sure to change it afterwards, since your account can be used for illegal activities.

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