I am Paul Stephens, and I have spent a considerable part of my life in front of computers and the internet.
As a professional security researcher, I have had the privilege of working with many organizations, security companies, and law enforcement agencies.
While I had to handle various projects, one thing I loved the most about my job is helping people regain access to their devices, privacy, and overall security.
There have been instances when we could allow users to regain access to malware-infected PCs and smartphones.
One thing that I have learned is that many people are still under-informed about privacy and security on the internet. Many do not even understand the types of digital threats that they might encounter on the web.
So, creating a website that advises people about internet security and privacy is the least I could have done.
ComputerPrivacy.org is the result of that thought, and I take my best efforts to make this a platform where users can find anything and everything useful about internet privacy.
We are talking about the essential discussions on changing privacy policies and the new threats that surface, the methods you can follow to stay safe, and a few products and services that protect your privacy and security.
It must not be surprising to know that thousands of people fall victim to spyware, ransomware, and other malware from the web.
Via ComputerPrivacy.org, I want to contribute as much as I can to reduce these numbers. I understand this is a big dream, but I count all my steps to ensure the best results.
You can also find how-to guides on optimizing your PCs, smartphones, and other devices for the utmost privacy protection. I will also make sure that you get to read unbiased reviews about privacy and security-related products, such as antimalware tools and VPN services.
I want to employ a structure that gives equal importance to data-driven insights and easy-to-understand language. Only then will there be a radical change in how ordinary people understand the significance of web privacy and take the proper steps.
That is what I have to say about ComputerPrivacy.org.