Computerworld asked nine people who live and breathe privacy what steps they recommend to get a handle on your personal data footprint — both offline and online. Some steps are easy, while others require both time and expertise to set up.
The key, these experts say, is to know what your goals are and go for the low-hanging fruit first. “If your goal is perfection, you’ll end up doing nothing. Look for good enough,” says Jules Polonetsky, executive director of the Future of Privacy Forum.
I didn’t find any of the stuff to difficult to do, other than finding the tips in one place which why I linked the article. One of the weakest links remains newbie relatives that have your email address and other contact information stored on their new malware server from WalMart, so you may want to pass basic security tips along.