Never open email attachments or links from suspicious senders!
Never reveal personal, financial, or corporate information in email.
Be wary of unsolicited communications from individuals asking about personal information and/or internal information about your employer or school.
Take caution with any emails that offer “free” products, rewards points you never signed up for, really good job offers, or anything else that seems too good to be true.
Clean up your social media accounts!
Remove Geotags, unnecessary personal information, and any identifications of companies you do business with.
This information makes it easier for cybercriminals to impersonate you, and potentially take over your online accounts.
Periodically back up your devices to an external drive, or the cloud.
If your information were to get lost in a social engineering attack, a backup would provide a way to get it back.