A hacker is a technological specialist who uses their knowledge of computers, networks, or other technical systems to find an unconventional solution to a problem.
It includes Personally Identifiable Information (PII), emails, social media activity, and browsing habits.
Your name, home and email addresses, date of birth, relationship status, details about your family, education, career history, social security number.
Email, while still an effective communication tool, provides access to your registered accounts.
Your internet service provider keeps an eye on your activity, and website cookies and browser add-ons can keep track of the pages you visit
You should be wary if you notice apps you don’t remember downloading or too many pop-ups appearing on your device.
An open network is very susceptible to cybersecurity threats and is simple to exploit.
Whatever the name, all of them refer to taking an additional step when reputable websites and applications ask you to verify that you are who you say you are.
You may open your email to notice a link that seems slightly off. It appears to be something you’ve seen, but it demands a password change.