Protect your Mac
There are many steps you can take to keep your data safe
Find your device
Make sure you have ‘Find
My Mac‘ ticked in System Preferences>icloud. Then in the event of you losing your Mac, go to icloud.com in any browser, log in and then click on ‘Find iphone’ to reveal its location.
It is important to enable
Location Services in System Preferences>security & Privacy>privacy so that you will get location alerts when somebody is trying to use your Mac. You can allow or disallow access remotely.
With Two-factor Authentication enabled, a verification code will be sent to your other trusted Apple devices when someone is trying to access your account. You will need to enter your password and this code to complete authentication.
When first setting this feature up you will be prompted to do so within your icloud System Preferences. Thereafter, go to System Preferences>icloud>account Details and click on ‘Security’. You can change your password here.