Data privacy

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More privacy and security in Windows

Turn on Windows functions for more protection and a healthy measure of privacy when working at your PC.

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Do better work with desktop sharing and videoconferencing

Desktop sharing lets you save lots of time on business communication, especially when the parties are in different locations.

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Detect and banish viruses, Trojans, and malware

Something is wrong with the computer. How to handle a possible attack and minimize data loss with cool deliberation.

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Strip those inquisitive apps of their rights

Not every app needs access to photos or contacts. How to ensure “minimally invasive” impact on your data.

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Use two-factor authentication to add an extra layer of security to your accounts

A strong password is an important means of protecting your privacy on the Internet. Two-factor authentication takes data security a step further.

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More webmail security

You can actively increase the security of your webmail – for example with encryption and SSL connections.

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Seven security tips for any browser

The browser is one of the most important programs you have on your computer. Improve online security in a few simple steps.

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What you should know about password managers

Keep personal “key stimuli” safe and secure.  How to stay on top of all passwords with a password manager. 

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Fingerprints and face recognition instead of passwords?

Is biometric data secure? How our skin protects our smartphone – and where it needs additional protection.

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How to encrypt emails

Email is part of everyday life, whether for work or personal purposes. Protect your electronic mail effectively.

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How to tell if you are browsing with a secure connection

Whether you are banking or shopping online, bear these “health tips” in mind so that confidential information stays confidential.

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Tips for more Android security

Screen locks, system updates, and backups – a few basic rules will help you boost your phone’s immune status.

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Sync your data securely through the cloud

It is easy and convenient to sync your data with the cloud. Encryption keeps your data “healthy”, even online.

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Smart Home? Rest assured!

A smart home can make life within your own four walls safer and better. How to make your smart devices immune to attacks.

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How to handle email securely

If an infected email is simply deleted, nothing can happen. More caution will keep you immune to Trojans and viruses.

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Protect yourself from identity theft

Has someone ordered something using your name, but hasn’t paid the bill? How to protect yourself from digital “multiple personalities”.

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Ten tips for more security on any system

Smartphones and computers help us to do our work and organize our lives. Our tips will help you create more security.

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Protect your privacy online

Tracking systems log your every step on the internet. There is a risk of becoming too transparent as a user. 

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Get the best out of your tablet – securely

The on-trend look and many entertainment functions of a tablet often keep us from remembering that they, too, are computers that are subject to attacks and therefore need protecting.

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Opening ports on the router

Keep your digital skin’s defenses strong and protect your router from external cyberattacks.

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