Another day, another data breach and unfortunately it doesn’t look like things are going to change anytime soon. Even as businesses beef up their cybersecurity efforts, cybercriminals consistently discover new vulnerabilities to exploit and employ new tactics to gain access to valuable company and consumer data.
So what can consumers do to protect their personal data in 2019? TechRadar Pro spoke with Lexington Law’s Directing Attorney John Heath who recommends a personal security audit and explained how to conduct one on yourself.
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