New answers tagged identity-management
All of these are said to be PII (Personal Identifiable Information). If you trust the source you are putting your information into - i.e. if the the box of this information holder is secure, you'd be automatically secure. Otherwise, you are already in danger to data-theft given that the site has data leakages though any or all of the following: DataBase ...
IMHO, the less the you share online the lower the risk of being targeted in some by spammers, hacker, identity thieves, phishing scams, ex-boy/girl friends,thieves etc. Given the context (an online CV) lets look at each piece of data, and determine its risk/requirement for the context of an online CV. email address I would strongly suggest you do not ...
It really depends person to person what's considered safe. I happily provide the world with my address, phone, email, and other bits of personal information. I also have firearms and live in a good neighborhood where just about everyone is armed. If I was in a crime riddled area I may not be so open.
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