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Two very smart entrepreneurs just learned how easily their small business could be hacked. If it can happen to them, it can happen to you, too.

USA TODAY

Our devices hold our digital lives. All those photos, videos, documents, messages and emails contain some highly personal information.

That’s why locking down your tech the right way is essential. Have you ever wondered whether a PIN, fingerprint or face ID is the safest way to lock your smartphone? I reveal the answer here on Komando.com.

When it comes to your computer or tablet, you need to make sure outsiders aren’t tapping in. Here are seven clear-cut signs your computer is infected with a keylogger or virus.

How can you tell if someone inside your home is accessing your files and applications without your knowledge? Is someone using your computer behind your back? Thankfully, there are ways to find out.

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