Hacks are writ large in the headlines, most recently the news that millions of U.S. government files with personal employee info were stolen, and LastPass's embarrassing breach. So how do you secure yourself in the wilds of the internet?
It seems like every week a world government or big company suffers a potentially disastrous security fail. While we can lambaste their security measures, I'm most curious how you go about maintaining personal data safety. Are there programs you love? Do you use two-factor authentication on absolutely everything? Have a method for generating a password you swear by? Or should we give up and start generating our most sensitive docs on typewriters again? Make us all more secure by sharing your best tips in the comments.