Protect Yourself From Cybercrime

"If you're using Wi-Fi in a public place and you're not getting hacked, it's only because there's nobody around bothering to do it.." - Robert Graham, CEO of consultancy Errata Security.

I may be the only person in the world that doesn't have wireless Internet, I've been putting it off  because I heard horror stories of hackers stealing valuable information.  I don't exactly do my banking online, however, I do have plenty of info stored for an easy identity theft.   Who else knows what I have accumulated throughout the years.

Having the ability to use my laptop from just about anywhere is appealing to say the least.  It would actually be a necessary luxury, if you can makes sense out of that oxymoron.  I would love that luxury,  But, lets face it, wireless Internet is like playground for hackers.

Education may be key to success, yet anything I come across in regard to hacker-protection is out of my technical grasp.

This is why if you're anything like me then you will surely appreciate Private WiFi.  They take care of all the technical stuff so that you're safe from hackers.

Private WiFi works by rendering all your data invisible.  It does this by encrypting both incoming and outgoing data.  As soon as you connect to the Internet, Private WiFi goes to work protecting your data.

I don't even like the idea of someone stealing my personal photos

All you have to do is download the program, the price is reasonable at $9.95 monthly or an annual rate of only $89.95.  It's definitely a very worthy investment considering the threat posed by hackers.  Having data security is priceless, especially if you own a business or have personal information stored in your computer.  I don't even like the idea of someone stealing my photos.

Now I just have to choose a wireless server, and I'll be set.

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Susan Cooper said...

A good wireless encrypted service is really good to have... Just saying. The best way to avoid a problem is to ensure you have a good firewall and encryption to go with it. I had a tech guy say once the more difficult it is to break into your stuff the more likely they are to go for the easier stuff with someone eals.

lisa said...

I totally agree.


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