Your Cyberpower Resources
Virtual Private Network (VPN)
This uniquely powerful solution is a must-have in your security toolbox. VPNs are essential for remote workers and digital nomads, as many of us regularly use airport, hostel/hotel or co-working WiFis.
For further encouragement, check out this short summary of the collaborative report from this year, by Top10VPN and GlobalWebIndex. Among other insightful trends, this summary covers main reasons for VPN usage, regional differences and attitude of VPN users.
VPNs are mainstream which is good news
For practical tools and a list of trusted VPN providers, check here what suits your needs best:
Hide My Ass
Private Internet Access
You can keep all your passwords in a special, encrypted programme called password manager. It eliminates the need to remember a long list of unique passwords.
For practical tools and a list of trusted online password management providers check here what suits your needs best:
Tethering guides for Android and iPhones
Time to get practical! Check out the tethering guides for both Android and iPhones - depending on your specific needs.
A Guide to Public Wifi Security Risks & How to Use it Safely
This great resource by SurfShark provides a comprehensive and beautifully illustrated overview of public Wifi risks and a guide to safe usage. We recommend checking it out!
What is the best way to back up my computer?
Need further guidance for PC backups? We found this comprehensive article to have some great tips for backing up your computer - advice for both Windows and Mac users included.
5 ways to back up your data
Informed decisions are the best decisions - Lifewire has also compiled a great overview of different methods for backing up your data. In addition to some practical references for cloud storage providers, the article includes pros and cons for each of the outlined methods.
Getting started with GDPR compliance
Get started with your GDPR compliance using below list of data processors. Note that your business cannot be considered GDPR compliant if you did not sign Data Processing Agreements with all your Data Processors.
Google analytics https://policies.google.com/privacy?hl=en-US
Twitter Pixel https://gdpr.twitter.com/en/faq.html