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Protect Yourself and Your Business with Password Mangagement

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Every time a web site or service is hacked, there's typically theft of their customers usernames and passwords. At minimum, you should NEVER use the SAME password for multiple accounts and services, as that exponentially increases your personal and business risk.

Today's latest news:

Stolen Dropbox passwords are circulating online. Here’s how to check if your account’s compromised

Today is yet another great reminder to use 1Password as your secure password management system. 1Password is available on Windows, Macs, and iOS and Android devices. YOU only need to remember the password to unlock your 1Password Vault. 1Password remembers all of your individual accounts and will automatically log you into your accounts securely.

There is Family-sharing and Team-sharing as well as personal vaults, so you can keep private any non-shared accounts. It's a great way to make sure the kids have the latest Netflix password, while keeping your banking information private.

1Password also has built-in tools to notify you if a password is insecure, or if it's a duplicate of another account's password. Best of all, since it's available on all of those devices, your data is synced, so you always have the passwords you need, regardless of where you are in the world. 

Undoing the damage of stolen accounts is a very costly, time-consuming, and frustrating process. The best way to protect yourself is to start using a password manager today, and making every account unique. If  you have any questions, or need assistance, get in touch: [Ask Andrea]