Hey guys,

I hope this message finds you well and in good spirits. Before we dive into important matters, here’s a fun fact for you: Halloween has its roots in the ancient Irish festival of Samhain (pronounced saw-when), a tradition that goes back thousands of years.

Moving on to more serious matters, your digital safety is crucial, especially during festive times when cybercriminals are particularly active. Being a part of the Incognito community means having a commitment to cybersecurity, and we’re here to help you uphold that commitment. Below are five essential cybersecurity tips to ensure your digital well-being:

Ensure Your Incognito App is Updated:

* Check for Updates in the App Store: Regularly visit your app store and make sure you are using the latest version of the Incognito app. Our development team constantly works to address vulnerabilities and enhance the app’s security features.
* Enable Automatic Updates: If you haven’t already, turn on automatic updates for the Incognito app in your app store settings. This ensures that you always have access to the latest and most secure version of our app.

Use Strong Passwords and a Password Manager:

* Create Complex Passwords: Ensure your passwords are robust, consisting of at least 12 characters, and including a mix of letters (both uppercase and lowercase), numbers, and symbols.
* Utilize a Password Manager: A password manager is an invaluable tool that can generate and store complex passwords for you, helping to eliminate the risk associated with using weak or repeated passwords.

Turn On Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA):

* Enable MFA on All Critical Accounts: Activate multi-factor authentication on all your important accounts, particularly for email, banking, and social media platforms.
* Use Authenticator Apps: Opt for authenticator apps like Google Authenticator or Authy for an added layer of security, instead of SMS-based MFA.

Recognize and Report Phishing Attempts:

* Stay Vigilant Against Unexpected Communications: Be cautious with unexpected emails or messages, and avoid clicking on links or providing personal information.
* Verify Sender Information: If you receive an email that seems to be from a trusted source but something feels amiss, verify the sender’s email address and contact the organization directly to confirm its legitimacy.

Regularly Update Your Software:

* Keep Your Operating System and Applications Up to Date: Ensure that all software on your device, including the operating system, is regularly updated to protect against known vulnerabilities.
* Enable Automatic Updates: If available, turn on automatic updates for your operating system and applications to maintain a strong security posture.

Remember, our privacy care team at Incognito is here to assist you 24/7. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or need help with anything at all.

Best Regards,