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January 04, 2019

How Big is Your Digital Footprint Anyway?

1 min. read
By Preston Hogue

Those of us at a certain age (ahem) grew up in a simpler time. Email was largely unheard of. There was no social media, no Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. There was no e-commerce, no Amazon, Alibaba or Taobao. No online banking. No online dating. Credit card transactions were processed manually. Local businesses accepted personal checks.

In short, there really wasn’t any such thing as a “digital footprint,” where personal information resides virtually, in an electronic ether, potentially available for anyone to see.

But over the last two decades, we’ve moved more and more of our lives into that realm. And almost as soon as we began, people attempted to gain inappropriate access to information of all kinds.

Read the full article published January 2, 2019 here: https://www.securityweek.com/how-big-your-digital-footprint-anyway by SecurityWeek.

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