I am the only person who uses the device(s) I use for work. If I do share a device with another person(s) in my household, we have separate logins for the device and I always log off before leaving my device for the other person(s).
Sharing a single device between multiple persons can lead to security issues if information is not appropriately secured by a unique logon for each user of the device.
Have you changed the default password on your home network devices, such as routers, wireless access points, Smart TVs and security cameras?
Many devices some with published and/or easy to guess passwords such as "admin" or "1234". Leaving these unchanged can open your home network to breach.
I use a password manager to store and manage my passwords.
Examples of password managers include LastPass, 1Password and DashLane. Using a password manager, I can easily store and access my passwords and ensure that I can use unique, strong passwords.
I am knowledgable about social engineering
I have a basic understanding of how social engineering works.
I review emails carefully before clicking links or opening attachments and verify before clicking or opening if I have any doubts as to authenticity of the message.
If I get phone calls or visitors claiming to require personal information from me (like my credit card or social security number) or asking me to give access to my computer or smart phone, I treat these with skepticism and know how to verify before complying with these kinds of requests.
Covering Your Webcam
I have considered whether to cover my webcam(s) when not using them for video conferencing, recording, or other activities.
Webcams (whether separate devices or built-in to notebook computers) can often be compromised and used to capture private or otherwise sensitive video and audio information.
I have reviewed information about putting a "freeze" in place for my credit report at the four credit bureaus.
Putting a credit freeze in place is recommended as an effective means of preventing identity theft. If you are not planning to apply for credit in the foreseeable future (e.g. credit cards, auto loan, mortgage, etc.) then you may wish to put in place a credit freeze with the four bureaus (Experian, Equifax, Transunion and Innovis)
I have reviewed my communications and take appropriate precautions to ensure privacy when engaged in communications that are sensitive and require security.
For example, I have installed Signal on my smartphone and use Signal for chat or voice communications that are sensitive and require privacy. I know how to encrypt emails that contain sensitive information.