Cybersecurity threats and cybercrimes are rising exponentially each year. From cyberstalking to investment fraud, any one of the 70 million internet users in the United States is a target. Unfortunately, experts predict that the rate of cybercrimes will continue to climb until consumers understand what the risks are and how to protect themselves. "The Personal Cybersecurity Bible" serves as a complete reference guide for readers who want or need more information about protecting themselves from cybersecurity threats. Packed with definitions, tips, tools, and real-life examples, this book is the equivalent of a household alarm system for your computer. Each type of cybersecurity threat is explained in detail, from cyberstalking, to spam, to identity theft, and hacking. Preventative measures such as updates, patches, and virus protection are also covered. Written in a friendly, approachable style, "The Personal Cybersecurity Bible" provides practical, hands-on, and effective solutions to cybersecurity threats and serves as the single resource to help readers prevent personal cybercrimes.