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"Top 5 security practices in staying safe online: From the experts", via ZDNet

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#1 Aura


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Posted 23 July 2015 - 08:28 AM

Cyberattacks are on the rise and they range from phishing and scams on social media to high-profile assaults against companies. For the average consumer, knowing where to turn and how to keep your digital identity safe can be a minefield of solutions. But what do you truly need to know? In a recent Google research paper, security professionals were asked what the top five ways to stay safe online are, and these are the tips they offered.

Top 5 security practices in staying safe online: From the experts

Simple and easy, yet often forgotten practices by a lot of users. These 5 practices only should be able to keep a user out of quite a lot of trouble when it comes to online account security.

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