Good Digital Hygiene: A guide to staying secure in cyberspace
by Ed Gelbstein
Publisher: Bookboon 2013
Number of pages: 86
The explosive growth in the adoption of electronic devices by the general population (computers in various forms, smartphones and tablets) is creating and environment where some measures of digital hygiene (such as maintaining strong passwords, carrying out backups, not becoming a victim to phishing, etc.) are needed to protect the devices and the data they contain as well as their owners. This book presents 39 such measures.
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