10 WiFi Safety Tips

Here are some general WiFi safety tips:

  1. Use a strong, unique password for your WiFi network. Avoid using personal information in the password, and make sure it is at least 8 characters long.
  2. Enable encryption for your WiFi network. This will help protect the data transmitted over your network.
  3. Keep your router software up to date. This will ensure that you have the latest security features and fixes.
  4. Enable firewalls on your router and devices. Firewalls can help block unauthorized access to your network.
  5. Use a virtual private network (VPN) when connecting to public WiFi networks. This will help protect your data from being intercepted by others on the same network.
  6. Be careful about what you download or access over a public WiFi network. Avoid visiting sensitive websites or accessing sensitive information while connected to a public network.
  7. Use a network security key or passphrase to secure your home WiFi network. This will help prevent unauthorized access to your home network.
  8. Consider using a separate guest network for visitors to your home. This will help keep your primary network secure.
  9. Keep an eye on your WiFi network usage. If you notice any unusual activity, it could be a sign of unauthorized access.
  10. Turn off your WiFi when you are not using it. This will help reduce the risk of unauthorized access to your network.