Sept. 16, 2022

Action List: Everything You Can Do To Protect Your Identity, Accounts, Credit and Family.


#78: In this episode, Chris breaks down the specific actions you can take to protect yourself and your family online. That includes protecting your devices, credit, financial accounts, logins and more. Additionally he covers finding and removing all your personal data from the web. It also includes a brief conversation with Rob Shavell (@robshavell) from DeleteMe about why it's so hard to find and remove your personal info from the internet.

Full Show Notes: https://www.allthehacks.com/security-action-list

 

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Selected Links From The Episode

Protecting Your Devices

Logins

Credit + Financial Accounts

Removing Personal Info

 

Full Show Notes

Protecting your devices (1:23)

Securing your logins and passwords (5:30)

Locking down your credit and financial accounts (15:58)

Removing your personal data online (21:01)

Interview with Rob Shavell from DeleteMe (25:18)

Protecting your home and home address (39:54)

 

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