keep your arms loose, hug the tank with your legs, don't wear baggy gear, tuck in a bit.
Out here in SWO you can get used to big gusts coming from open fields and then you drive into the lee of the farm with instantly no wind and almost loose it the other way.Alternatively you can always go under the Skyway bridge. I find it much nicer, no wind!
Even with my full front fairing, wind does present issues at times, turbulance behind Rigs, large trucks going opposite direction, or open fields. You'll figure it out with more riding.
With some faired bikes the fairing acts like an airfoil and you have to compensate but it's hard to describe. You almost have to crab the bike. It takes getting used to and each bike will be different.This write-up helped me: How to Safely Ride a Motorcycle in Windy Conditions
A naked bike made it especially scary at first with no fairings to guide the wind away. But like others said, you'll learn the ways of counteracting the wind effects. Stay loose and low!