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5.3.1 Check Your Understanding – How to Protect Your Personal Data

5.3.1 Check Your Understanding - How to Protect Your Personal Data

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5.3.1 Check Your Understanding – How to Protect Your Personal Data


It is important to secure your personal data and devices. What do you already know about protecting your data? Check your understanding of how to help protect your personal data by choosing the correct answer to the following questions.


Question 1)
Read instructions and set your privacy settings accordingly on social media sites.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 2)
Post information that lets people know that you are not at home.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 3)
Understand that combining unrelated data can create PII.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 4)
Use strong passwords.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 5)
Back up your data frequently.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 6)
Post personal pictures of yourself and your young children to Facebook.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 7)
Use the same password for every site.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 8)
Write passwords down and leave in an obvious place.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 9)
Share your passwords with friends.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 10)
Leave your laptop/smartphone unlocked and unattended.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 11)
Leave your wireless network unsecured.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 12)
Leave your wireless router with default settings.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 13)
Know when your data is going to the cloud.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 14)
Backup important data to more than one location, for example: the cloud AND a USB drive.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 15)
Modify the default password and SSID on your home wireless router.
  • DO
  • DO NOT


Question 16)
Use WPA2 and encryption for security on your wireless router.
  • DO
  • DO NOT