Electronic communication and transactions are an inevitable part of using both the internet and mobile devices, and are naturally a key part of any crypto-currency ecosystem. As people generally appreciate, online activities inevitably come with a risk of fraud: individuals claiming to be someone they are not, emails “pretending” to arrive from trusted sources, etc., all aim to obtain sensitive and personal information. Electroneum Academy, just like most providers of online services, is committed to your security—however, we need to work together: you need to be alert and responsible for your own actions, too.
The methods online fraudsters may use to obtain your information is constantly changing, yet the main area of focus remains the stealing of identities or online access details. Please do everything you can to ensure that any identifiers you use (e.g. your email address and login password) to access Electroenum Academy and/or our courses, or indeed when interacting with all other parts of the electroneum ecosystem, are always kept secure and where appropriate regularly updated. You should never divulge your online login details to anyone and never share—via email or chatrooms, etc.—any sensitive information, which will obviously include, e.g., the “Private View Keys” and “Private Spend Keys” of your electroneum wallet(s).