10. You now have access
to 2-Factor Verification settings. If you don’t want to be sent a new code every time you log into your account from a new device, you can opt to use Google’s Authenticator app to generate verification codes instead.
11. You can also set
up a backup phone number or print out backup codes in case something happens to your phone.
13. You’ll probably discover how
many devices are accessing your Google account pretty quickly as you have to log in to your account again. It’s an important reminder how vulnerable your personal information was just moments ago.
2 CHOOSE A COMPLEX PASSWORD
using at least 8 characters including numbers, special characters, and that is not based on a dictionary word. Alternatively, you can use a number of dictionary words to create a “passphrase." Read the blog
3 SET A PASSCODE ON
YOUR PHONE AND COMPUTER One of the easiest ways for someone to get into an account that doesn’t belong to them doesn’t involve hacking at all. Since you’re probably always logged into your accounts, a passcode on your device is the best way to keep out anyone who shouldn’t have access to your device.