Other important things to do to keep your information secure:
Secure Passwords: First, make sure that you are not using the same password for multiple accounts simultaneously. An important thing is to also create a long password with both capital and lowercase letters, as well as multiple symbols. Furthermore, it is recommended to make the password a phrase. Phrases are easier to remember and harder to crack.
Two-Factor Authentication: Two-factor authentication, on top of having secure passwords, makes it even harder for someone to hack into the account. Examples of two-factor authentication include sending a code to an email, sending a code via text, or a prompt on a device alerting of a sign-in attempt. You can enable one or multiple of these for an account. The more you enable, the safer the account will be.
Password Managers: It can be hard to remember all the passwords for all the accounts you have, especially if it is recommended for you to not reuse a password. One way to help with that is to store all your passwords on a password manager that requires its own secure password. The advantage of this is that you would only need to remember one password instead of multiple different passwords.