With  devices connected to the internet these days, protecting your privacy has never been more challenging.

Malicious hackers and governments can monitor the most private communications, browsing habits and other data breadcrumbs of anyone who owns a phone, tablet, laptop or personal computer. 

Now Timothy Summers, an ethical hacker and director of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, аренда газели с выкупом and Engagement at the University of Maryland, explains how to stay cyber safe in an article for .

Malicious hackers and governments can monitor the most private communications, browsing habits and other data breadcrumbs of anyone who owns a phone, tablet, laptop or personal computer

Malicious hackers and governments can monitor the most private communications, browsing habits and other data breadcrumbs of anyone who owns a phone, tablet, laptop or personal computer

As an ethical hacker, my job is to help protect those who are unable, or lack the knowledge, to help themselves. 

People who think like hackers have some really good ideas about how to protect digital privacy during turbulent times. 

Here’s what they — and I — advise, and why.I have no affiliation or relationship with any of the companies listed below, except in some cases as a regular user.

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