Simple question... What security precautions should a user be taking before they play games online? Let's assume that the user is playing multiplayer games on Steam, for example, and that they run Windows 10 too. With that locked in... what precautions should the user take, if any at all, before jumping on Steam to play games? So that we don't get bogged down in too many basics, assume also that the user has recently run Windows Update - that they have checked for and installed the given updates. What else should a user do? Feel free to answer in any way you like: software that should be installed, changes to settings, router / modem changes, hardware, and so on. I ask because, surely, the world wide web is one of the single biggest "threats" for an average user / computer... and maybe gaming is one way for the user to expose themselves to those threats.