How can we protect ourselves in cyberspace? There are many precautions and countless ways to do this. In this article, I tell you about cyberspace, a step-by-step guide to protecting ourselves in cyberspace. Tips on how to secure your social media, internet accounts, mobile, and computer passwords. Also about cybercrime and the role of a national strategy of cybersecurity to secure cyberspace. How Cyberspace is profitable for women.
First, women’s phones and laptops should not be sold in the market. If they get old, use them for someone else in the house, but don’t take them to the market. It leaks most private photos and videos while repairing or selling the phone. Break old phones used by women but don’t sell them in the market.
Cyberspace and Internet Technology
Now is the age of technology and it has integrated almost everything into mobile, laptop and internet. While all these changes are being used positively, some people are using it negatively and criminally to make the lives of others miserable.
Cyberspace profitable for women
Women are the biggest victims. While cyberspace is good for them, it is also dangerous. People try to make women controversial not only on social media but also in everyday life.
Many women bravely face this situation, but there have been cases where they have committed suicide out of fear of being exposed to private information.
So help the women in your circle who are exposed to cybercrime immediately. By adopting various methods, women can protect themselves, their data and photos, etc. on social media and in public life.
Make some rules when using social media
Do not open your photos or tags to the public and avoid talking to strangers. Turn off the friend request option on Facebook. Women’s DPs are also stolen, so write your name on it.
The copy will still be made, but will no longer be usable. Many women’s photos are also stolen from photographers’ pages, so it should ban them from uploading photos without permission.
If you see a fake account in your name on Twitter or Facebook, ask all your acquaintances to report it jointly, I will block this account.
Use social media with caution
Hacking anyone’s account, playing with their dignity, data theft, online harassment, fake identities, hateful content, issuing illegal SIMs and using a stolen device there are crimes. Stay away from this work and let cyberspace be clean for everyone.
Protect your accounts in various ways
By attaching one to an email, the other via a mobile phone number, this will keep your account safe from hacking.
Never open your banking account in any public place or net cafe, such places are most at risk of hacking. Don’t share your password with anyone If anyone ever asks you for a password, never give it to them.
Most hackers work in groups and fool people. Use internet banking only on your phone and personal laptop. Be sure to subscribe to bank account SMS and email alerts.
If you need to sell your phone
- copy everything from it
- delete the data from the phone(check your trash).
- The factory reset the phone.
- Log out of your Google Account or iCloud
- remove your SIM and memory card from the phone.
- Then fill in the phone again with unnecessary videos, photos and data (no personal data this time) then delete all the data again.
- Repeat this process two or three times.
- Phone theft is common nowadays but they can find your phone with an IMEI number.
Tips to create and save your password
- If it steals the phone, post it on your social media account and change all the passwords.
- Be sure to enter a password on your phone and a biometric or facial recognition password.
- Likewise, keep your social media account passwords long and difficult, including both numbers and the alphabet.
- Never create a name for yourself or a family member or your date of birth as a password.
- Don’t open any link that has been lured by a gift, most viruses come from opening such links.
- Change your Wi-Fi password and username ‘provided by the company’ immediately.
- Enter and keep difficult and long usernames and passwords. Turn off the device when the Internet is not in use.
Webcams can also be hacked
If you do not use it, tap the camera. Never film private moments, exchange photos or videos of yourself, or do anything on a webcam that you later regret.
This happened recently to the person with whom she had serviced the laptop, hacked a woman who was talking to her husband abroad via webcam.
The man later started blackmailing the couple, so protect yourself and take special care of the clothes and conversation in front of the camera.
Protect your computer
- Be sure to install anti-virus on your device
- do not download unauthorized apps.
- Don’t let children download VPNs
- keep yourself away from immoral websites, they can hack the entire system.
Whenever you shop online
- Don’t rely on every Facebook, Instagram account, group and page,
- Just shop with big brands or accounts that have received excellent reviews from consumers.
- If you are shopping online,
- then click on cash on delivery option,
- if you are shopping with the card, then do it only on big brands, such shopping is safe with them.
Here some advice protecting yourself
- If you are in public life, then your family Create separate numbers and social media accounts for and separate for the public.
- Don’t join unnecessary groups and don’t share your live location and check-in.
- Don’t show expensive things and don’t post on social media that you are travelling.
- Delete your history by using the internet in a public place and log out of your accounts from memory.
- Do not access your privacy on free Wi-Fi.
- Most people are worried about losing their flash drive / USB. Put it with the key chain, this way it is less likely to get lost.
- Don’t keep private documents and photos in it either.
- If anyone asks you for sensitive information, block that person’s number immediately.
- Do not give your ID card number or photocopy to any person, if it is necessary to give it in a job, then draw two lines on it and write the job.
- Don’t put your thumb anywhere.
- Never give out your documents such as ID cards, driving licenses and passports to anyone, and keep property papers locked.
- Share only authentic and genuine account news on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, etc. and report and block fake accounts.
- At the moment, children and women are the most harassed online, with much-committing suicide because of blackmail, so we need to speed up implementing cyber-laws and the justice system.
Cyberspace and national cybersecurity
Cybercrime vs cybersecurity: If you fall victim to cybercrime, report it to the FIA Cybercrime Wing (cybersecurity) instead of panicking or being blackmailed.
The FIA’s cybercrime wing (cybersecurity) is present on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and we can reach there them for the help of cybersecurity. You can also go to the office to find a solution to your problem.
Also, call the Cyber Rescue (cybersecurity) Helpline. It passed the Cybercrime Act on August 11, 2016, to curb electronic or cybercrime, under which imprisonment for 3 months and fine for illegal access to someone’s data,
- 6 months’ imprisonment and fine for data theft
- 7 years’ imprisonment for publicizing the crime
- Fines and 14 years in prison for cyberspace terrorism
- Improper and unauthorized use of one’s identity card and issuance of unauthorized SIM in one’s name and cyberstalking can cause the imprisonment of up to 3 years
- Sharing baseless information against a person is punishable by up to 3 years in prison
- 5 years in prison for photoshopping someone
- 5 years in prison for uploading nude photos
- 7 years in prison for advertising hateful material.
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