I won’t sit here and pretend to understand cybersecurity and how it all works, I probably never will, but I know that we all have to watch where we go, what we look at, and what we click
I will be the first to admit I know nothing about computers. Up until last year I was still writing checks at the grocery store, if that gives you an idea of how old I am. I only moved over to using a debit card because most of the local stores stopped accepting checks. So I have come to accept the fact that computers are a part of our lives every single day, and there is no going back. Well, not unless an EMP wipes out the entire internet, which I still pray for! In the meantime, I have to be a lot more careful about my data security, something I am still learning about. Every click I make online leaves a trace, a trail, and without data security someone can start to follow that trail and learn everything about me, including my most sensitive data. I won’t sit here and pretend to understand cybersecurity and how it all works, I probably never will, but I know that we all have to watch where we go, what we look at, and what we click. Trying to have a normal life without using a lot of online services is just not feasible, so get with a company that makes cybersecurity easy to handle it for you. There are a lot of companies out there that offer these services, because there are so many people like me who are idiots when it comes to cybersecurity. I have a cybersecurity company that knows how to speak my language, and they also offer a huge cash payout if your data is breached.