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How to avoid a media circus when you party with your friends

Everyone should be able to show off their dance moves at a private party. I'm fully aware that double standards are affecting female leaders, and that the media campaign against Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin looks a lot like a Russian-backed information operation. Still, I assume many business leaders or

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IT Security for Ordinary People – Stickers and Nail Polish

This tip is probably the simplest one I will ever give you; If you have a laptop – put some stickers on it. You might say “only geeks have stickers on their laptops”. And while that might be true, there’s a real reason you should copy them immediately. The difference

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Social Media Risks and How to Protect Yourself Online

With all the information we give the social networks, the more information they have about us, to hold and use as they please. People are becoming more aware of social media risks, but what risks are there?

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Two-factor authentication for beginners

Databases will always get hacked. Passwords will sometimes get into the wrong hands. You should, therefore, make sure to have a system that reduces the damage a leaked password can create. Two-factor authentication is a way to reduce the risk.