Best Data Protection Tips For Kids and Adults

The biggest worry of the parents is their kid’s privacy. You should use different accounts for different purposes so that no one can steal your online data information.

In case the password you have on a social networking site is not much strong, then it can be easily gets hacked. You should not do personal works while you are paired with a public Wi-Fi connection. You will find most of the accounts get hacked because of negligence. Go through the tips given below and safeguard your data.

  1. Use multiple email accounts

You should use different email IDs when making an online bank transaction. Make sure that no one knows that email ID through which you are performing your essential work.

If you want to do your personal things online like chatting with your peers or friends, then it should be with another email ID. After that make a third email ID which is less essential for you like chatting sites, gaming, discount websites, etc.

2. Go to the privacy setting.

Parents have to guide their kids what they have to share or tell on the social networking sites. This is a great worry for both the elders and children not to have a privacy setting in the data they are sharing with others.

There should be the highest security given on the privacy setting of the social networking account. You can have a parental control setting on your system so that you can check which types of file your kids are sharing with their friends.

3. Don’t open every file or link

When you receive an email or when you open a website you press on any link then there will be a possibility that virus gets inserted on your system.

You should not press on the inappropriate links on social networking site or in your email inbox. You can check those damaging websites by downloading your files on torrent.

4. Installing an antivirus

 If you install any antivirus on your system, then it will protect all your data that are stored on your computer or in your browser. This protects all your saved password, debit or credit card details, account number while transferring money, etc.

It scans all your folders and identifies the damaged content and remove that damaging part but your original content will not get deleted. You should update antivirus on a daily basis.

5. Be alert when pairing to public Wi-Fi

Make sure when you are connected to some other Wifi then you should not do any online transaction at that time. It can be a possibility of stealing your bank details.

You should use Virtual Private Network services when doing any personal work on the Internet. This service helps you not to display the real Internet Protocol. The home Wifi is secure as compared to public Wi-Fi. You should use a strong password on social networking sites and guide your kids to do so.

6. Use different cards for online shopping

You should use a different card when you are purchasing any product. Using the various credit cards on each shopping websites will keep your data more secure.

Mathew Anderson is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. He writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.