Cyberspace is not the friendliest of environments one can spend time in.
Online privacy and online security become more and more concerning not only for corporations, but for private individuals as well – maybe even more for the latter, as all sorts of predators and bullies act out in the open.
When we are offline we have a clear idea of how and who to ask for help, and the Red Panic Button is a great improvement toward this purpose.
In order to stay safe online, there are a handful of rules and strategies you can employ so you don’t become the victim of harassment, stalking, cyber-bullying, identity theft and other worse crimes.
Let’s see today a few things you can do starting right now to protect yourself in any online environments.
Have you considered these online safety measures? Are you implementing others you’d like to share?