1. Use cold storage, such as a hardware wallet, to store the majority of your cryptocurrency. Cold storage is offline and stored away from any potential malicious actors.
2. Use strong passwords for all your wallet accounts, accounts associated with exchanges, and any other cryptocurrency-related accounts.
3. Take advantage of two-factor authentication or multi-factor authentication whenever possible.
4. Research and understand the security protocols of the exchanges and wallets you use.
5. Backup your wallets and store multiple backups in different secure locations.
6. Never share your private keys or seed phrases with anyone.
7. Monitor your wallet addresses and accounts regularly for any suspicious activity.