Password Day is a great opportunity to review your online security.
The keys to your online life are your passwords, therefore it’s crucial to protect them.
Here are a few recommendations for protecting your passwords:
Make your password strong: Make a password that contains a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols that is at least 12 characters long.
Use a separate password for each of your accounts and avoid reusing passwords. By doing this, even if one of your passwords is stolen, your other accounts will be secure.
Use a password management: A password manager will assist you in coming up with secure passwords for all of your accounts and storing them. You will only need to remember one master password in this manner.
Enable two-factor authentication. By requiring a code in addition to your password, two-factor authentication gives your accounts an extra degree of security.
Keep an eye out for phishing scams that attempt to fool you into disclosing your password. Never give anyone your password.