1. Be careful to include sensitive information such as: personal information, username, password in the website should be avoided if not necessary or not important
  2. Do not create a new online service account, as this may allow hackers to access your account.
  3. Avoid re-verifying your identity in any service that may be fraudulent and must be carefully checked before entering information.
  4. Do not submit bank account information
  5. Avoid using online banking
  6. When you use Public WiFi you do not have access to the main system of your workplace unless there is a clear protection mechanism
  7. Avoid sharing important files or accessing them.
  8. After stopping to use Public WiFi, do not forget to click Forget the network
  9. If possible, use phone’s hotspot instead because it is safer.
  10. Sometimes we can not avoid using Public WiFi, so you should use VPN(virtual private network)
  11. Use Two-Factor Authentication (2FA)
    • Enable two-factor authentication whenever possible, especially for sensitive accounts. This adds an extra layer of security beyond just a password.
  12. Update Software
    • Ensure that your operating system, antivirus software, and other applications are up-to-date with the latest security patches. Updates often include fixes for known vulnerabilities.