9 Tips For Staying Secure Online (Infographic+Video)

In this Digital World, making the data secure online has been a tedious task. Even after having various encrypted softwares and tools, the data is still not safe. The attackers easily access the data without user’s knowledge and hence exploits the personal data in several ways.

Online Transactions are 99.8% secure and remaining 0.2% is accountable for Data leaks and hacks. Most of the attackers use the “Public Keys” to hack the user’s online data.

Each and every person is identified by a specific “Public Key” online. The modern eCommerce solutions totally rely on the “Public Keys” issued by the Public Key Cryptographic Infrastructure. The user uses the Public Key which corresponds to “Private Key”, which is used in decryption of the encrypted data.

Here is a small video by @PodJamTV, which very well describes the “3 Ways To Stay Secure Online” :

3 Ways to Stay Secure Online (Video)



After knowing some basic tips on being secure online, let’s have a look at an Infographic by Reverse Phone Lookup, which visualizes 9 tips for staying secure online and  hence keeping the private information safe.



What precautions are you taking to keep your data safe?? Do let me know through your comments :) Thanks for Reading :D

Sunil Jain

I am a part-time cool blogger :D, who loves WordPress and Social Media. You can tweet with me => @gupshupblog

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  • http://twitter.com/mistygirlph Misty Belardo 

    Thank you so much Sunil for including our video on your awesome post.  It is really important for everyone to make sure that we stay secure online.  The infographics  you shared on here says it all.  Thank you for sharing.  

    • http://tech18.com/ Sunil Jain

      Hello Misty, I’m a fan on @PodJamTV and when I read this infographic, I could easily remember the video which included all the points mentioned :)

      Thanks for dropping your valuable comment here :D Happy Blogging !!

  • http://twitter.com/VHBelvadi V.H.Belvadi

    With privacy concerns at an all-time high nowadays, I shocked to see so many people still using such lousy passwords. On the other hand, I know some people who find it plain tiresome to type a long, random mixture of cases and characters!

    Now that I thinkl of it, we need to start replacing passwords with biometric IDs soon.

    • http://tech18.com/ Sunil Jain

      Yeah, I agree with you buddy !! We need to start using the biometric technologies, but also make sure that they are not easily hacked by others, just like the encrypted codes !!

      Thanks for commenting :)