Security experts reveal their own rules Guide for complete protection in cyberspace

Security experts from Cybersecuritycentral.com team has published a guide to security measures they use to protect themselves when communicating via email, through instant messaging and Smartphones, while browsing the internet.
 
AMERICAN FORK, Utah - Jan. 28, 2015 - PRLog -- Following the example of security experts, we see that strict caution is justified. Security specialist using cell phones and laptops are different than normal when traveling, avoid discussing sensitive subjects without making sure that the media is well protected from both sides and always be wary of suspicious behavior of those around them.

Now, security experts reveal their own rules Guide for complete protection in cyberspace. Email contextual advertising is based on a detailed analysis of your target audience. For this reason, the company that built the contextual advertising campaign working with email providers. Email store personal information-from clothes ordered online in places where intend to go on vacation or other goods and services they want to buy. Everything is stored in your e-mail can cause serious security problems, if not aware how important this information and people who can see them. security experts recommend the following safeguards for e-mail:

Using encryption services when you communicate with other users via e-mail;

Create a complex encryption key-how much longer, more secure;

Note the metadata even when the contents of an encrypted e-mail. The sender and the recipient, subject and message can be intercepted.

Instant Messaging Service:

Commercial services do not use cryptographic protocol Messages Off the Record (OTR) is uncertain. Off the Record Messaging (OTR) allows users to build their own private key and encrypt all messages before they are delivered.

Make sure your Instant Messaging service allows the use of encryption protocol Messaging Off the Record (OTR);

Enable plug-ins OTR before starting a conversation;

Remember people you communicate them to enable OTR (Off The Record Messaging).

Note the information they convey, and users get You-it can reveal an entire conversation.

Smartphone:

Smartphones are collecting valuable information about user habits and location. This stores the same data such as a laptop or desktop, but offers a different level of security-the most often lacking.

Don't forget to effectively securing mobile devices;

During the trip, whenever possible, use disposable cell phones with prepaid cards.

Surfing on the Internet:

To disable cookies, JavaScript, and avoid does not allow to keep going into private accounts;

Avoid public Wi-Fi network and internet network is not secure or locally. Using 3 g/4 g in their place.

It is advisable to take measures to secure communications, using both the VPN and Tor. A VPN encrypts traffic, but does not provide anonymity and Tor has some drawbacks to change.

The real world:

While traveling, the experts recommend the use of mobile phones and laptops that are different from the ones that do not contain sensitive information. Beware of implant hardware and minimize possible attack vectors. Do not leave the equipment unattended in hotel rooms. A security expert is always paying attention to the environment and identify suspicious behavior of the people. They know the techniques of social engineering and know how to react in those situations to avoid problems. our digital trail "fades, so when our guard is down for any reason, we are at risk of being compromised," said Matthew, Senior Security Researcher at http://www.cybersecuritycentral.com Team at securitys.
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