June 22, 2017
PRIVACY AND FREEDOM
With our increasing reliance on technology comes an increasing risk for security breaches. We’ve all seen the news about large corporations and banks whose systems have been compromised and, while our personal information can be accessed through such hacks, cyber spies are also attacking personal accounts. Even if you have a private email service, password safety is crucial.
According to CNNMoney, nearly half of all Americans had their personal information exposed by hackers in 2014. And, in a study by Entrepreneur, about 40 percent of all people surveyed reported a “security incident” involving their personal accounts.
So, how do we protect ourselves? Passwords are meant to be the first line of defense against such intrusions; from email to online-shopping accounts and bank portals, our passwords are meant to protect our vital information and safeguard us against serious crimes like identity theft.
Here are a few tips to beef up your password potential.
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A suggestion for those who want only one password: Get a password manager. This will store all your passwords, and you only need to remember one password to access the program.
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