How safe do you think you are virtually and in reality amid the advent of information technology and the increasing figures of all types of cybercrime?
Well, it is surely hard enough to speak the language of figures, but luckily, cybercrime reports are not just made of numbers, so that we could tell that the safety of internet users’ personal data is endangered by hackers, virtual thieves, and cybercriminals.
It is very hard to make such folks stick to data protection laws. You basically cannot sign a data protection act which confirms that no hacker would approach your personal information.
Most users of modern gadgets use their devices in ways that facilitate the access and theft of their personal data. Take connecting to random public Wi-Fi as an example.
The use of free public Wi-Fi is tempting, but know that it is the tiny crack on the wall through which dark web ghosts would sneak into your private space and steal your information.
Experts advise users to download phone security apps or install antivirus software on their computers. Still, you have to learn few things about public Wi-Fi.