Gmail Security – What you should and should not do to keep your Gmail account secure. See if you make any of these errors.
Gmail account, as well as any online account, has its potential to be at risk if you do not know the best way to secure your account. Take a look at what you should and should not do to keep your Gmail secure.
Things to do to secure your Gmail account
- Turn a strong password, password not too short, including letters, numbers, letters, uppercase and lowercase letters.
- Change Gmail password frequently.
- Always sign in with Gmail’s SSL (https: ) mode.
- Phone number should be verified if possible.
- 2-step verification should be installed if possible.
- It’s a good idea to set up a backup email for your Gmail account.
- Regularly check your account activity. See if there are any suspicious login instances.
Things not to do to secure your Gmail account
- Never disclose passwords to others.
- Do not log into your Gmail account at non-Google websites.
- Do not sign into a Gmail account containing important information in public places such as internet cafe, wifi cafe …
- Do not sign up for an email that says you’ve won something (from a stranger) and ask you to sign in to your Gmail account to confirm your win.