Google Safety Tips Offers A Primer In Online Security

Google Safety Tips Offers A Primer In Online Security
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Google has previously offered tips on how to use its services, and it now provides online security tips. This is useful if you want to check out your own account or teach someone else the basics.

The site features simple, card-style tips for how to keep your account safe and be cautious online. It introduces newcomers to features such as Android Device Manager, or basic security info such as a PIN. For many of us, this isn’t all new info, although you should still check it out on the off chance you didn’t know about something. More importantly, if a family member or friend uses Google but doesn’t have good security habits, you can send this page along to brief them on a variety of security topics at once.

Google Safety Tips [Google via Fast Company]