One in ten of Greeks have been experiencing an electronic fraud, and they will not change their password. This appears, on a Safer Internet Day day, a new Google survey. Internet safety is important, but many Greek do not make the foundations to protect themselves.
In terms of online hazards, Greek respondents reported that 9% had been experiencing an electronic fraud, 49% had received a fiask, 23% had been open to malware and 13% had been Having authorized access to the accounts that it holds on social media.
For internet options, 34% will use the same password for some of the online services or all online services that it uses, and never 11% . Lastly, 20% second level of protection has never been used in the census, as proof of two steps, while 38% are used in some accounts but not everyone.
See how many times your browser has to & # 39; Reading, 22% of respondents say that they do several times in the same month, but 12% say that he tells him less than once every six months, and more than 14% said he never told him.
But what information do the Greeks want to protect more? 59% are particularly responsible for their financial information (such as bank data), 16% are worried about their personal information (such as home address), 6% for personalized information (such as pictures) and 7% email address sent to colleagues.
Google has released relevant proposals:
1. Update your Software: To protect your actions online, it is very important to use the software, the operating system and your applications at all times on your device. Some services, such as Google Chrome, are automatically updated, and others are alerting users when they need to update them.
2. Use a powerful, powerful password: Using the same password to connect to different accounts, you are using; Increase your security protection. It seems like using the same key to open the doors of your home, office and car. Anyone who gets access will have access to everything you have. To limit the risk, use a different code for everyone and try to make it difficult for anyone to question and for at least eight characters. Choose to use a password manager, such as those created in your Chrome, to help you create, secure, and control all codes for your online accounts .
3. Check security: Google's Security Survey provides personal security advice to help & # 39; improve the security of your Google Account. It does not just help you to stay safe when you go. using Google, but there are helpful tips to be safe when you're hitting the web, like to # 39; add to the screen screen app, review the third-party access to your Google Account data and learn which sites and applications you may have been enrolled through your account Google. Visit https://myaccount.google.com/security-checkup to make your own security check.
4. Establish and keep email or e-mail back: You can help revitalize information, such as your phone number or email, to recover your account faster if you lose access or can not you log in. If you change those things, remember to update the application. In many cases, a phone number or email address can be used to tell you about suspicious motions in your account or to block someone who is trying to use their unauthorized use. For example, if an unused device is used to connect to your Google Account, you may be asked to verify that the connection is allowed by a & # 39; Submit a password that will be sent to the revitalization phone number. To set up a revival information on your Google Account, visit security.google.com and click on "Personal Information".
5. Establish a two-step test: Take another step to save your accounts by establishing a two-step confirmation; you need to use the second step as well as your username and password to log in to your account. Examples of the second validation phase include: a six-digit code created by application, a question you can find on a reliable device, or the use of corporate security (the fastest way of a second step). By creating a two-phase confirmation to & # 39; greatly reduce the chance of getting someone invalid in your account. Once you have established two steps to record, remember that you will be ready for the second validation step each time you sign up. To set a 2-Step Confirmation on your Google account, visit security.google.com and click on the # 39; "Check in two steps" button.
If you have children, talk to them early on internet security and arrange digital rules for your home. Just as we teach our children as they do; We could drive before we put the keys to the car, so it is useful for young children to go to them; Teach electronic security principles before giving them a handset. Once you get the "driving license" on the internet, it is also useful to set digital rules when they start to search. If you have an Android device or a Chromebook, you can use the Family Connect application to make things as a guide to Google Account settings, which are licensed or deleted. block applications and sites that you can use, and to set time-screen settings. You can learn more at google.com/familylink.
Source: RES – EIA