A Traveler’s Guide to Protecting Your Identity, Accounts, and Information on the Road

Think you’re safe? Maybe not, read this great post from EverywhereOnce to see if you have the right security for your important information. Cheers!

Everywhere Once

If you’re like us, your entire life is on your computer. And if someone wanted to steal your life, or access your bank account, there’s no better roadmap for doing it than the files on your computer.

We carry everything from our resumes to our tax returns on our laptops. It’s hard to understate the damage a knowledgeable criminal could do with that information. And while we’re careful not to store bank account information or passwords anywhere, it is ridiculously easy to hack into many online accounts once you have control of someone’s computer. In a minute, we’ll show you just how easy and how you can protect yourself.

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