Digital security breaches have become a common occurrence over the last few years, with incidents involving the likes of Sony and LastPass. With many large entities compromised, it's difficult to know that your data is safe. How has your behaviour changed as a result? What do you do to try and keep yourself safe, if anything at all?
The common thread with all of the security breaches is that email addresses and passwords are compromised. I feel we live in a time where the publication of your email address isn't a major problem as spam filters are quite good (plus there are many other simple tactics to keep unwanted mail away). It's also not that hard to choose a strong, varying password that you can remember and strong passwords have, thus far, proven effective. As a result, my behaviour hasn't changed too much. I continue choosing strong passwords and, despite having an account at many of the hacked sites, I haven't had any security issues at all.
But is that behaviour sufficient? Many people believe the security breaches will get worse and are preparing for what they believe is inevitable. Others are doing less because they'd prefer to take their chances and avoid any extra work. What do you think is the best course of action? How have these online security breaches changed the way you approach your own security?