The significance of employing secure passwords is more important than ever. Hackers are hungry for
passwords, as they have substantial monetary value. Stories are constantly developing in the media
about high profile data breaches and password leaks, leaving thousands of accounts vulnerable to
being accessed by cyber criminals
With two-factor authentication (2FA), you get an extra layer of security that hackers can’t easily access, because the criminal needs more than just the username and password credentials. 2FA is a method of verifying your identity that adds a second factor of authentication in addition to your account password.
- Do not use the same passwords across multiple
- Make sure your user passwords are at minimum
eight characters long and be sure to use a unique
combination of uppercase and lowercase letters,
symbols and numbers.
- Don’t use words, birth dates, addresses or phone
numbers in your passwords. These are things that
can easily be found out about you on the Internet
- Use a Password Manager – it’s a service that will
encrypt all the saved passwords
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