Whether it be private snoops or government spooks, your privacy is not safe as you virtually stroll through the Internet. If you have concerns about keeping your e-mail intruder free, here is an article which gives some advice that can be used by you or your clients. Some of the basic points:
- Try using at least two characters in your password
- Most U.S.-based companies have built-in backdoors that allow e-mail snooping
- Non-U.S- based e-mail providers may be the best way to meet your security needs: try NeoMailBox (Swiss Based), CounterMail (Swedish) and MailVault (Norway). To compare these services, click here.
Another popular online tool popular with firms is Dropbox. Here are some tips for securing your Dropbox account. However, there are some who wonder if Dropbox can be secure at all. But, if the practical matter of could computing security are not complex enough for you, throw in the professional responsibility aspects to make your head really swim.
Of course, if you have time to learn about quantum physics in your spare time, you might be able to create an unbreakable code.