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DIY Security Tips aims to provide technology users valuable information regarding security, privacy, and tutorials for security tools.
You will see articles that address common issues surrounding the world of information technology and how it relates to security and privacy.
The purpose of these articles is to help users protect themselves on the internet, understand networking and its role in security, and gain a solid understanding on the dangers that threaten us all online…

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Pat M. holds a bachelor’s degree in cyber security and networks from University of Maryland Global Campus, Security+ce & GSEC certifications, and works full-time as the security administrator for a local government. He is studying for advanced certifications focused on offensive cyber operations through SANS Technology Institute.

When he’s not writing or working, he enjoys learning about cyber attacker methods, tools, and processes, spending time with his wife, and gaming. Pat also loves to brush up on the basics of computing, learning new cyber tools, and completing CTF labs with TryHackMe.com. Pat is also extremely passionate about security and wants everyone to learn how to protect their data, maintain their privacy, and use safe security methods. He loves this subject and hopes you can learn something!