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Here’s how to avoid security threats on the web

Malicious actors wait in the virtual shadows while you do internet searches, scroll through your social media feeds, or use company apps online. Just by browsing the web, your workers increase the risk of exposing sensitive and critical data, which is why everyone in your organization must learn how to avoid cyberthreats. Here are some […

Tips for safely browsing the web

Even if they’re only browsing the internet, your staff members are vulnerable to all sorts of data security threats, especially when they work remotely, use multiple devices, or connect to various networks. As a business owner, you must put browser security measures in place to minimize the risk of data loss. Install anti-malware software Browsers […

Steps you must take to use web browsers securely

Visiting unsecure sites and consequently getting your device infected with malware is not the only way you may be jeopardizing your business’s data when surfing the web. Among other things, you might also be letting adware and browser trackers run amok in your browsers. To protect your business, follow these steps. Install anti-malware software Browsers […

Keep online trackers at bay through private browsing

These days, it’s nearly impossible to keep your internet activities completely private. Browsers keep track of your online behavior, while some websites collect your personal information. Although these data are often used for marketing purposes, it’s not uncommon for them to fall into the hands of identity thieves and other malicious actors. If you want […

How can private browsing protect your online privacy?

You may not know it, but some of the websites you visit or apps you download leave a trackable digital footprint. One step you can do to avoid leaving your online behavior exposed to third parties is to use private browsers to surf the internet. What is private browsing? Your web browser — whether it’s […

Protect your online privacy with private browsers

If you see ads on your social media newsfeed that are suspiciously attuned to your preferences, it’s likely because your online activities are being tracked and analyzed by market researchers. These researchers likely get their data from the websites you visit as you surf the internet. If you want to stop third parties from collecting […