Taking greater control over the information you share isn't reserved for software updates and strong password selection, either. Hardware can help you stay safe, too.
Fingerprint readers and cameras with facial recognition have been widely embraced by both laptops and smartphones, however computers are taking things a few steps further into the future.
Click through the slideshow for a growing list of devices that have unique security features you won't find elsewhere.
Huawei Matebook X Pro
While foolproof methods of covering your webcam with a piece of tape or band-aid remain popular, some manufacturers, like Huawei, are taking the initiative to build devices with features that eliminate the need.
If you couldn't find it, don't feel bad. It's stealthily hidden as a spring loaded pop-up button located on the top row of the keyboard. The camera makes space for extra-thin bezels, but captures you at a low angle, which I'm not a big fan of, personally.