2. Establish Two-Factor Authentication
Use two-factor authentication wherever possible. Two-factor authentication makes use of both your password and some additional information such as an OTP (One Time Password) to log in to your account. The OTP is usually sent to your mobile phone or email. Two-factor authentication protects your account even if your password is stolen.
3. Build a Strong Firewall
Firewall is a must for each and every computer and network. A firewall controls the flow of internet traffic in your network and hence protects your network.
4. Keep Installed Applications Updated
Make sure your system is properly patched and updated. This includes checking for your system operating system, web browsers and installed applications. This is a necessary step towards being completely protected from threats. There is no point in installing applications if you don’t keep them updated.
Outdated software could have patches and bugs that cyber attackers could use to attack your PC. Regularly updating your software programs keeps you updated on any latest bugs or holes that programmers have fixed.
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