Cyber Hygiene Practice

 

Basic cyber hygiene means encrypting your files and data before sharing.

A set of practices organizations and individuals perform regularly to maintain the health and security of users, devices, networks, and data. The goal is to keep sensitive data secure and protect it from theft or attacks.

Best practices include:

1.  Use network firewalls
2. Update software regularly
3. Secure your router
4. Install reputable antivirus and malware software
5. Back up regularly
6. Use multi-factor authentication
7. Employ device encryption
8. Keep your hard drive clean
9. Set strong passwords

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