17 tools to protect your online security

Ready to get serious about online security? Start with password managers and two-factor authentication.

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Last month's news about the massive data breach at Yahoo, which affected at least 500 million user records, making it the largest data breach on record, might finally be what it takes to get the average internet user to take online security into their own hands — if only they knew how.

In his new book "The Hackers Are Coming," online security expert Ronald Nutter shares tips on how to boost security for every online account you have, starting with choosing the best password management and two-factor authentication tools for you.

These tools won't keep breaches like the one at Yahoo from happening, but they'll slow hackers down enough that they'll move on to the next victim.

Ready to get started? Click the link below to download the sample chapter.

This story, "17 tools to protect your online security" was originally published by CSO.

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