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How to Maintain Privacy when Working Online

When you’re working online, whether it is for personal use or as a home-based professional, it can be difficult maintaining your privacy. This is because you’re often using your full name, physical location, or other personal information. However, this lack of privacy while working online can be a great danger to you and puts you at risk of identity theft and other security threats. By following these guidelines, you can learn to better protect your identity, learn not to share personal information, and maintain as much privacy as possible.

Be Overly Cautious

The first tip to maintaining your privacy online is actually for any time you use the Internet. Always be overly cautious when using websites, even if it’s for your job. Never share personal information such as your name, address, phone number, bank account information, credit card numbers or social security number unless you are 100% confident that the site is safe and secure. You can never be too careful with this kind of sensitive information. When you’re on a website asking for this information, look at the address bar and be sure there is an “s” at the end of the “http.” This alerts you that the website has proper security.

Avoid Browsing at Work

If you use the Internet at work for your job, be wary of what your browse while you’re there. You may get responsibilities that require you to work online, and you should really restrict yourself just to work-related websites. If you’re using the Internet to check your personal email or Facebook page, be aware that this might be monitored by your company’s IT department. You most likely signed a waiver when you were hired saying they can check your Internet usage for their own company’s security.

Keep Your Personal and Work Life Separate

If you work from home, try your best to keep your personal life separate from your business life. This means creating separate social media websites for work and personal use. If you often market on Twitter or Facebook, you shouldn’t use your regular personal pages for business. People you network with will be able to access your name, where you live, people you talk to, and personal photographs. If you want to maintain your privacy, be sure to separate these parts of your life on the Internet.

Use an Alias

Lastly, don’t be afraid to use an alias or pen name for home-based work duties. Whether you’re a writer, graphic designer, or transcriptionist working from home, you don’t necessarily have to use your full name. Creating an alias for your Internet-based duties will help to keep your personal information and life separate from your work persona. Writers use pen names every day for this very reason; there’s no reason why you can’t do the same.


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