Just about everything about our lives is online these days. I've talked about it before, I know, but we share so much these days. It's becoming the norm. And I constantly wonder where the line is.
Over the Xmas break, I had to spend some time trying to explain to my grandparents why sending their password for their online banking back in a reply to an email they'd received from someone purporting to be their bank, had been a really bad idea.
This infographic from Data-Label seemed to be the best way to break it down most simply, although I'm still not entirely sure they get it.
Have you ever been the victim of an online scam? I've recently had issues with some fraudulent attempts on some of my accounts and it has made me a little more aware that it probably would be a really good idea to change my passwords more often / make them more complicated.
Do you have any tried and tested ways of staying safe online?