When it comes time to send your Excel spreadsheet, it’s important to protect the data that you’re sharing. You might want to share your data, but that doesn’t mean it should be changed by someone else.
Everyone uses email today, for everything from communicating with friends and colleagues to using your email address as your online passport. Nearly every app and service you signup for today requires an email address, as do most loyalty cards, contest entries, and more.
If you’re using Chrome 56 (or above), you might have noticed that some HTTP pages are marked as non-secure. This was introduced in January 2017, but only for pages that collect passwords or credit card data.
Two-factor authentication, or 2FA, is an additional layer of security that decreases the likelihood of an account being hacked. The idea behind it is that logging into a service requires something you know and something you have.