Be Safe, Be Secure, Protect Your Privacy
iHronek Technology Solutions Will Show You How
Social Media Privacy
On-Site Security Awareness Training
- Have you ever considered how much personal information is stored on your computer, your smartphone, or in your email, social media, or storage accounts in the "cloud"? Unless you have never used technology, your personal digital footprint is far larger than you can imagine, and far more vulnerable than you realize; and there are unscrupulous people everywhere seeking to exploit your weaknesses.
- Is your smartphone protected against the multitude of applications which can steal your smartphone data? We can you tell if it has been infected, and help you protect it against future compromise.
- Is your computer firewalled? If not, your neighbor, or a hacker on another continent, can see the files on your computer. We show you how to firewall your computer to help protect it from attackers. We use advanced computer forensic analysis to ensure your computer is free from viruses, keyloggers, rootkits, or other spyware.
- How do you know that link you just clicked isn't sending you to a site run by an organization waiting to steal your credit card information, or worse, your identity? We will teach you how to protect yourself against identity thieves opening credit accounts in your name, and leaving you with the bills, and the nightmare of restoring your good name.
- Do you reuse the same password on lots of sites, because it's just too difficult to remember a bunch of different passwords? Are they long, complex passwords, or easily broken? We can provide you with easy methods through which you can use very strong passwords, and have them available to you when you need them.
- We will teach you how to protect yourself, and to use the privacy settings for your Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, 4chan, or other social networking account, to protect your personal information as much as possible.
- How about your voicemail? Do you use a voicemail passcode, or can anyone spoofing your cellphone number pick up your messages?
- Do you use free, open, WiFi hotspots? Is your home WiFi network secured with WEP encryption, or worse, none at all? If either of these applies to you, you have sent your passwords and possibly credit card information over a wireless signal which can easily be captured with easily-obtained hardware and software.