When in worldwide crisis like a pandemic or large-scale natural disasters, your passwords could mean the difference between spending your time re-learning how to grow your business and trying to recoup finances and private data that’s been hacked.
Steps you can take to protect your passwords:
1. Review your current passwords and inform your team to create stronger, more complex ones that can’t be easily guessed.
2. Use a password manager software to store all your passwords in one place. Don’t store them in your web browser just because it’s convenient. It’s also easy to hack.
Want more tips for setting up safe Work From Home networks? Check out our free Work From Home Game Plan report.
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