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Dont keep default passwords. Create solid, unique passwords for each of your accounts and change them at regular intervals.
Use multi-factor authentication wherever possible.
Use a fire wall to block unauthorized access to workstations and devices.
Be sure to update your operating system, browser, and other software with security patches in order to minimize the threats of viruses and malware.
Limit what you do over public W-Fi and use software that creates a secure internet connection, such as a virtual private network (VPN) to connect securely from anywhere.
Browse and shop safely, making sure the web address begins with 'https' and not just 'http'
Enable the privacy settings and increase the default security settings for the software that you use.
Be slective when sharing personal information, since it could be used by hackers to guess passwords and logins.
Don't download pirated software, since not only is it illegal, but it almost always includes some kind of malware too.
Make backups of your data, either on an external hard drive or on the cloud, since it is the easilest way to recover from a ransomware attack.