Often I think about security (in any sense) when I cruise around the world. Because many dangers lurking around: we have to be careful.
For this very reason, I have decided to write this comprehensive guide for a broader audience, since there is no individual and independent security. There is only collective security, and the safety of the group depends on the security of the individual members of that group.
Now, what I am trying to achieve with this article, is to collect some objectively good practices to enharden your private personal security IT-wise. It is important not just for your mental health, but losing access to your IT world, being hacked and robbed… or getting extorted by any chance…
You have to defend yourself, no doubt. Not just for your sake, but as I mentioned above: your little IT bubble contains data about other people as well. Your friends’ and families’ phone numbers, pictures, calendar events, and addresses. Having these, being hacked could threaten their physical health as well!