How to work out if you’ve been hacked and what to do about it
Posted July 12, 2020
- Everyone is vulnerable to the threat of cybercriminals or hackers getting access to your information, but the threats aren’t equal for everyone.
- The average person will likely face fewer sophisticated threats than, say, a senior politician, activist or CEO.
- The best way to reduce your chances of being hacked is to limit your personal attack surface. The better your online hygiene is to begin with, the less chance you have of being compromised.
– Matt Burgess | July 12, 2020