Since 2003 every year, the month of October has been recognized as Cyber Security Awareness Month. This initiative can mainly be observed in the U.S., but cyber security is a subject that every individual should be aware of in the modern-day. This initiative encourages people to protect their cyberspace, stressing personal accountability and the importance of taking proactive steps to enhance cybersecurity. In this blog post find out how to keep your account and assets safe.
Cybersecurity Awareness Month
Data and personal information is a part of cybersecurity. Recently, people have gotten more comfortable displaying their data on the internet and not even stepping back to think twice about it. Such actions and lack of attention may lead to various consequences, one of them being getting scammed. Scams have many different forms, thus sometimes making them hard to identify.
Tips and Tricks
Here are a few tips on how to identify and avoid possible scams and how you should ensure that your personal information, assets, and other data is safe:
Your account and assets
At Bitcoinspls, we work hard to ensure that your data is safe and protected. Be sure to use the tips mentioned above to avoid giving your account details to strangers and possibly getting scammed. Another helpful tip is always to contact our customer support if anything having to do with our platform seems suspicious – you can do so by using the LiveChat on our website or email at [email protected]
As well, do not forget that Bitcoinspls is active on social media and aims to provide news, updates and fun content for our users. Be sure only to trust the information provided on our official social media pages. All other non-official pages must be approached with caution. Here’s a list of our social media platforms:
Be sure to take some time to educate yourself and learn more about cyber security and personal information protection. Don’t become a courtesy victim. Many people who have become victims of fraud or other personal information related scams stated that they didn’t want to be rude to the person responsible for the scam.
We hope this blog post was helpful. For more blogs be sure to head over to the Bitcoinspls blog.
If you have any questions about Bitcoinspls, don’t hesitate to contact our customer support through the LiveChat available on our website or drop an email at [email protected]