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With mobile malware on the rise, you can never be too careful with your device and your personal data.
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Detect identity theft as early as possible by regularly requesting a free credit report.
Reduce your vulnerability to data theft and other hacker threats by creating and using robust passwords.
Reduce your exposure to malware and data theft by minimizing your use of public wireless networks and PCs.
Maintain an encrypted pathway between your PC and the Websites you visit.
Enhance your browsing security by using an app designed to check online links before jumping you to the associated sites.
What traces do you leave on the Web? Two PCWorld editors try to dig up dirt on their coworkers in under 30 minutes.
Signature updates are essential; but every two or three years, you also need to upgrade to a newer integrated security package.
Use automatic security updates to ensure that your system has maximum protection.
Protect your wireless network against intrusion.
Increase your online security by creating a protective wrapper for your credit card information.