Don’t click on links in emails from unknown senders.
Be wary of email attachments from unknown senders. Don’t give out personal information, like your address or credit card number, to someone you don’t know in person. Keep a close eye on all devices while traveling—including laptops and tablets that can access the internet as well as phones with tethering capabilities (or without). Technology is full of people looking to take advantage of others. You are a target if you click on links in emails from unknown senders because this could lead them into installing spyware or viruses onto your devices that will steal all the data for their gain. Don’t allow yourself to be exploited, remember NEVER CLICK ON LINKS IN EMAILS FROM UNKNOWN SENDERS!
Suppose you’re an account holder of a particular service and receives a mail claiming to come from that company; try to verify the mail’s authenticity before opening any attached link to avoid losing your personal details to hackers. One way to confirm the mail’s authenticity is to call the company’s customer service or check if the link is secured (https instead of http).
Don’t let those sneaky hackers get the best out of you by clicking on links in suspicious emails; they may trick us and install malware without our knowledge, resulting in sensitive information being compromised, such as banking credentials and private messages stored within email accounts.
Be careful what you post on social media – hackers can find out your location and use that information to scam you.
The most important thing to do before going on a trip is to make sure you have updated your privacy settings for all of the social media platforms that you use. Otherwise, if you post anything about where you’re headed or what flights/rental car companies you are using – hackers can find out and target your account with scams!
In addition to updating privacy settings, it’s also good practice to set up two-factor authentication so that they’ll need more than just their password when someone logs in from somewhere new. This could be done in many different ways, but one standard method is by adding an app like Google Authenticator or Duo Mobile (companies will tell employees how). This way, even if scammers get hold of your