globe2No one knows cyber surveillance better than the Feds. Mary Galligan, an ex-FBI agent teaches online users how to be safe from cyber-crimes nowadays. Changing password one a month is the first step to guard your emails and other online accounts from online criminals. Next is to provide incorrect information once checking out from stores, hotels, etc. When required for an ID, do not use your driver’s license and any other IDs with your birthday and address on it. Refrain from using banking applications. Computer malwares can penetrate your bank accounts from shops – including your phone.  Lastly, use an alternative email ad for jumble mails.

Source: Money CNN