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Are you concerned about Your Online Privacy? Choose Norton Security Support 1-800-445-2810 USA

by Katherin Smith Tech Support Provider

Privacy basically comprises of your name, date of birth, address, Social Security number, phone numbers, bank details and more. You can put your privacy at risk through the searches you perform, the websites you visit, the articles you read, and even your purchases & transactions online.

Whenever you download an app, visit a website, perform a web search or use a social media platform, chances are that company is keeping track of your data & information. People are doing so much more online through their computers and mobile devices today. We make purchases, look up medical conditions, arrange vacations, interact with friends and relatives. With these actions, are unknowingly keeping data about themselves that most of the companies make use of.

Why Is Privacy Important?

 Our crucial information like our identity, the money we make, our medical records or our bank account details comes under the privacy that we don’t wana disclose to an outsider or stranger.  We must strive to protect our right to privacy.

Follow these Tips to Protect Your Privacy

Secure your passwords

Passwords are the keys to our online data. Cyber criminals throws tricks to crack them up. Using strong, complicated passwords is the only way to minimize hackers steals your password.

A good password should be at least eight characters long, and use a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and symbols. Avoid using full words, names, addresses, phone numbers or any other easily identifiable personal information. Be sure to avoid using the same password across multiple websites as well. Also, never save passwords on your device.

Update your privacy settings

Most apps offer privacy settings for users. This gives you the freedom to know how much and what kind of information is shared. Always be cautious when sharing your name and location. Turn off location services. Also be sure to review & update your privacy settings on your Social Media accounts.

Get reliable & trusted security for all of your devices

In addition to protecting your computer from malware, a good security software program such as Norton Internet Security will protect you from other threats.

Free Security software’s can be risky as they mine data from your phone. Always go for a well-known service provider. Norton Mobile Security has features that can protect your phone from most threats.

Back up your data

 

Backing up data is another very important aspect of data protection. Ransomware is a type of attack where hackers hold your data hostage for a ransom. There are cloud-based services that offer backup. Or you can opt for Norton Internet Security Premium, which includes backup.

Anti-theft your device

 

If your gadget is lost or stolen, tracking apps will help you find it. But how do you protect your confidential data before it gets into the wrong hands? Norton Mobile Security allows this feature.

Need help with your Norton software package? Dial 1-800-445-2810 Norton Antivirus Technical Support Number.

Keep your operating system up to date

 

Software updates should be followed on daily basis as they deliver a multitude of revisions to your computer, such as adding new features, removing outdated features, updating drivers, delivering bug fixes, and most importantly, fixing security holes that have been discovered. Norton Antivirus offers the automatic update reminder for your operating system.

Take extra care using public Wi-Fi

Secure your home network. Change the default username and password on anything that connects to your network, especially your Internet router. Use Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA). Norton 360 Wifi Security, developed by Symantec, was an “all-in-one” security suite that combined online protection, Norton wifi privacy with performance tuning.  The software package once installed offers complete peace of mind for where you go and what you do online.

Know about Phishing

 

Phishing is an act where phishers try to obtain your user credentials, or deliver malware to your computer via suspicious links or attachments in email messages. Never click on attachments or links from unknown senders or from suspicious looking emails. Keep up to date information about such phishing tactics so as to avoid yourself falling into it.

Norton Antivirus- Best for Mobile Security

While being cautious with what you do with you phone is always recommended, it can get tiresome. With the vast amount of malware, Trojans, and worms finding sneaky ways to get into your device, it is better to stay protected with a security system that does the work for you. App Advisor (link is external) is a special feature provided by Norton Mobile Security. It prompts privacy risks, intrusive behavior of apps, excessive battery drainage and data plan usage. It also has call/SMS blocking, anti-theft, contacts backup and protects your mobile phone from malware.

Need Support or stuck with any problem?

Dial Toll Free Norton Customer Service Number 1-800-445-2810 (USA), +61-1800-769-903 (Aus), +44-800-046-5700(UK).

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Comments

Peter Smith Advanced  Browser Technical Support US
Valuable info about Mobile Security.
May 1st 2017 05:30   
Steven Lucas Professional  Webmaster, Marketer, Author, Tech,
Plenty of good advice here and selling done the right way. Non-spammy, informative and entertaining.
May 1st 2017 05:33   
John S. Advanced  Support for McAfee,technical support, customer ser
thanku for provide support number
May 1st 2017 05:36   
Gain ERP Advanced  GainERP
This is nice and good informative article so thanks for that
May 2nd 2017 01:37   
Christina Lawrence Advanced  Software and Hardware Support
yes online privacy is most important factor while we are doing everything online, thanks for valuable article on norton online security.
Jul 14th 2017 02:08   
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