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How To Secure, Anonymize, And Protect Your Digital Life By Daniel Segun

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How To Secure, Anonymize, And Protect Your Digital Life eBook is what you need to beef up your cybersecurity life.

We live in the digital era where we spend more than half of our time online surfing the internet, buying or selling online, transacting, playing games, interacting with friends and families, dating, learning, or working remotely.

Just as we aim to be security-conscious and safe from dangers within our physical environment, we should keep ourselves safe by protecting our data when browsing online.

More like the physical world where we are confronted with insecurity concerns from robbers, intruders, terrorists, kidnappers, etc., the digital world has its fair share of ills, which for the sake of this ebook, I will collectively refer to as cybersecurity concerns.

How To Secure, Anonymize, And Protect Your Digital Life

We often encounter common cybersecurity concerns, including exposure to malware such as viruses, spyware, trojans, ransomware, hackers, trackers, spies, predators, phishing, pharming, etc. Some of these cybersecurity concerns are geared towards stealing users' data, which is the digital gold in the technologically-advanced world. 

More sinister use of data by hackers can rob unsuspecting users of their hard-earned finances through phishing and social engineering, which takes advantage of users' naivety or gullibility about how the internet works.

Most public Wi-Fi users expose themselves to danger by browsing over unsecured Wi-Fi networks, which are most likely monitored by hackers who wait to intercept and collect users' data, including Personally Identifiable Information, financial details, usernames, passwords, etc. Such collected data can give hackers unrestricted access to users' finances.

How To Secure, Anonymize, And Protect Your Digital Life

We hear of the recent release of top-secret hacking tools used by NSA online and how, a few months later, there's been an astronomical increase in hacking rates and computer hijacking in the world. 

We're aware of Edward Snowden's chilling revelation of how the US government secretly monitors and surveil every US citizen and resident, implying that our activities, calls, conversation, and everything we do are being monitored and recorded by the government’s big eyes.

Seeing that the world is getting overwhelmed with cybersecurity issues, this ebook sheds light on how to secure, anonymize, and protect your digital life. It focuses primarily on tools and techniques used to guarantee online safety and anonymity and how you can keep your data safe from hackers, spies, trackers, etc., with additional tips and suggestions.

Staying safe online starts with protecting your devices and network. We are well aware of instances where webcams and microphones are remotely controlled online to capture and record user activities without the users' awareness. 

I, for one, as the author, explained in great detail how you could protect your devices from cyberattacks and other cybersecurity concerns. 

Overall, this book offers great tips, guides, and suggestions on how the readers can enjoy 100% digital protection from cybersecurity issues and concerns. This makes it a worthy read for you, apart from increasing your awareness about growing digital security concerns.

How To Secure, Anonymize, And Protect your Digital Life eBook is available on:

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Daniel Segun
Daniel Segunhttp://www.techsegun.com/
Daniel Segun is the Founder and CEO of SecureBlitz Cybersecurity Media, with a background in Computer Science and Digital Marketing. When not writing, he's probably busy designing graphics or developing websites.


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