10/15/2014: A Beginner’s Guide to Not Being Compromised on the Internet

We are approaching a moment in history where technology is becoming the driving force for convenience in our lives. In a way, this is both a wonderful thing and a prelude to a complex series of nightmares. The way you proceed when browsing the internet weighs heavily on whether your experience will be pleasant or disastrous. The typical Internet user may understand what social engineering is, but probably doesn’t know how to apply that knowledge to constructing a proper defense plan against attempts to compromise their data.

To help you make your own personal security policy, instead of focusing so much on specific problems, we’re going to tackle the entire issue of security with a couple of broader pieces of advice.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Not Being Compromised on the Internet