In the present day, which is unthinkable without Internet usage, from emails, via social networks, cloud services, GPS, and mobile computing, both business, and business on the private plane, the question arises whether there is a possibility of privacy protection at all data on the internet.
What are the ways to control what we make of personal information publicly to share with others and is there a surefire way to the protection of privacy on the World Wide Web computer?
“Our Personal Information is Collected, Stored, Analyzed, Sold, and Exchanged Like Never Before. And it should not be Forgotten that they are often Stolen and Abused.”
Data has become the “currency” for many digital services we receive “for free.” Instead of euros or dollars, people pay by sharing their data across countless apps, social networks, and services. This trend of data as a currency applies to every part of our lives, networked homes, connected cars, health and fitness management, map and traffic tools, online shopping.
Given the many excesses and incidents of data leaks that have filled the headlines, our position is that you need to initiate an open conversation with your consumers about how you use and protect their data.
This almost always triggers a larger debate. How do we do this? What about data and privacy? How do we strike a balance between being open and sharing too much information?
For many brands, this may be the first situation where they will have to work deeply on reputation and crises or problems. Companies may be witnessing how fans of their brand are turning into a pioneering audience, with research showing that they will be at the forefront of demands for change in the way companies do business and relate to them.
Make sure your passwords protect your information, not to serve as a passport according to your personal information. Not use the same password everywhere and don’t use username from one page as a password on another because hackers can compare data. Use numbers and letters, yes large, in combinations that are not words from the dictionary.
Keep your personal information locked Social networks are mine for so make it difficult for life with the protection of the most rigorous set of privacy. In a heated debate you may have more to say than you wanted, so check what You have posted to make sure you no personal information “escaped”.
“Close the First Door before Opening the Other. Stay logged in to your Account at Social Networking or Banking Account is the same as leaving it Unlocked Auto: You are Completely open to Intrusion Hackers.”
To avoid the risk and check out, get out of your accounts before you keep browsing the internet. You may be watching for your computer’s security and your information on the internet, no matter what is it with those who keep the data? You have selected the highest security level settings but if any website cannot hold your information for sure, then you’re still vulnerable. So, check the reliability of the owner pages on the internet and their security systems.
One of the solutions for user security and password management is the password manager, which is recommended to use. A password manager is an application that stores your various passwords to access various sites and applications. As an example, we can take the Keeper Password Manager & Digital Vault.
Its security features include dark web protection, a cloud-based vault for your passwords, and even encrypted chat services for your business or personal use. You can find out more about this tool here. The basic idea is to remember the master key used to sign in to the password management application. It is certainly advisable to use an application like this to make life easier for yourself. It should be noted that it is extremely bad practice to use the same password to log in to different sites because if one comes to one they will be able to access all other accounts on other sites. The basic idea is to install such an application as a plugin for the web browser you are using and then save your login codes to different sites.
When you, as a user, access a particular site, it has an autofill option that will automatically populate your username and password. But not only that, the application takes care not to use the same code in more than one place and to make all the code complex enough. Such applications also have secure code generators, which are now recommended to be a minimum of 16 digits, of course now there is no problem because it is not necessary to remember them as this will be done for you by the application itself.
It is especially difficult to remember such codes but not only to type them together with different symbols. Unless we use password managers, it is very difficult to use secure passwords for many websites and applications because it is very difficult to remember the password generated by a generator for each site separately, not to mention that it is very difficult to enter on portable devices. Often users resort to creating some text file on their computer where they record all their accounts for different sites along with the codes and then just do copy/paste where needed.
In the era of digitalization and all exponential development of internet technology and information systems, simply it is impossible to stay out of currents and trends. Using computers and smartphones with Internet access is an enormous practical option. Modern life, but also business today is unthinkable without the use of websites, search engines, emails, cloud services, social networks, banking, and other internet services.
There is a real danger in all this compromising user privacy and loss and/or data theft. To make such cases eliminated or minimized measures, protection measures need to be implemented, both server-side and internet provider services, as well as with customers when leaving confidential information on public computers or unsecured wireless networks.
So it doesn’t have to be on the one hand xenophobic and reject all technical and technological newspapers coming from the sidelines but on the other hand one should be careful what is and to whom it leaves confidential information, whether are sites where e.g. we trade protected https protocols and do everything right now possible precautions and precautions. There is no completely secure and invulnerable system on the internet but many identity thefts and data could be prevented if and the users themselves acted more responsibly.