- Hey, everyone.…Thanks for joining us for this interview.…I'm here with Lynn Langit,…a very prolific author on LinkedIn Learning.…And so she talks a lot about AWS…and cloud storage and things of that nature,…so I figured she'd be great…for this conversation on data privacy.…And so Lynn, thank you for joining us.…- Thanks for having me.…- Yeah, sure.…And so, I'm wondering how do you feel about data privacy?…What do you think is probably the most important thing…to remember when you're putting your data online?…- Well, a lot of times, I see people overlooking…the most basic security precautions,…really simple things like having unique passwords…or worse than that, don't have your password…on a sticky somewhere, you know, in your workspace.…
(both laugh)…Some of the most basic things I see people not doing.…Another thing that I often see…is people who have only one place to store their data.…I always store my data…in three different places on the cloud,…and knock on wood, I've never lost data permanently.…- Okay, well that's a good tip.…
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