Here are three cybersecurity resolutions for 2022 that you should adopt as soon as possible.

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Although these suggestions are valuable, you should also do the following to further protect your websites, and personal data:

Only use sites that use the “https” prefix.  The https uses encryption to transfer your data to your website or other social media.

Use 2-Factor Authentication (2FA) for all of your websites and personal information.  2FA adds another layer of security to your websites.

If you use the “WordPress” CMS, please use only approved, authenticated plugins.  Be sure your website and internet browser use a strong “firewall” to block suspicious online information.

If any online source sounds to be good to be true, it usually is.  Avoid such schemes like the plague.


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Russ Roberts (https://cyber-security-intelligence.org).