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Collaborative Guidebook
IES Antonio Menárguez Costa. Los Alcázares - Spain
1o GEL Agiou Dimitriou Athens - Greece
Escola Secundária Campos de Melo, Covilhã - Portugal
IPSCEOA "N. Gallo" di Agrigento - Italia
Your devices store a lot of private information.
One of the main reasons to protect our mobile devices is to safeguard our personal information and that of those with whom we communicate: contacts, photographs, videos, emails, etc., and that we would not like to lose or fall into. hands of third parties.
Tips and recommendations
The risk of loss or theft will always exist. Therefore:
◆ Use a screen lock method (numerical code or pattern) and encrypt the information so that if this situation occurs, you make it difficult for the person who ends up with the device in their hands to have access.
◆ Make use of security tools that will help you locate the device, lock it and even delete the information stored on it.
◆ Make backup copies on other media so that, no matter what happens, you don't lose the information stored on the mobile or tablet.
Don't let anyone guess your passwords
Choose strong or robust passwords
at least 8 characters and composed of:
◆ uppercase (A, B, C…)
◆ lowercase (a, b, c…)
◆ numbers (1, 2, 3…)
◆ and special characters ($, &, #...)
◆ DO NOT use easy-to-guess passwords such as:
“12345678”, “qwerty”, ”aaaaa”,family names, vehicle license plates, etc.
◆ DO NOT share your passwords.
If you do, it will no longer be secret and you will be giving other people access to your privacy.
◆ DO NOT use the same password on multiple services.
Don't wait for a problem, make backup copies.
Accidental deletion is one of the most common causes of loss of information, although it is not the only one, can also be due to the action of a virus capable of encrypting or deleting the information, due to the loss, accident or theft of the device that contains the information: smartphone, tablet, laptop, external hard drive , flash drive or because the device stops working correctly.
1. Select the information that under no circumstances would you like to lose.
2. Choose the media where you will store the information.
3. Make the backup.
4. Repeat your copies periodically.
It is important to eliminate the steps you take when you browse the internet.
When you browse the Internet, by default all the activity you have carried out with the browser is stored directly in the memory of your computer or device, it does not disappear, in such a way, that it is possible to know all the steps you took at a given time on the Internet.
Measures to minimize the risks when you browse the Internet:
◆ Keep your browser up to date.
◆ Choose trusted add-ons and plugins.
◆ Install a web page checker, usually provided by major antiviruses.
◆ Review the browser configuration options and enable those that you consider most interesting to protect your privacy and keep you safer.
◆ Clear browsing history.
◆ Delete cookies.
◆ Use a password manager to store and safeguard your access codes.
◆ Always close the session when you leave a page where you have authenticated yourself with a username and password.