Recently we've gone over free ways to enhance your online security with password protocols. There are numerous companies that can help you maintain your password lists or "vaults". Recently I've tested LastPass & can say I'm quite satisfied. They offer freemium & paid versions of their products.
Password managers centralize your passwords into one easy to maintain & secure vault. This vault can be shared across devices with account access & different privileges for multi-user accounts. The neat thing is you can secure your password managers with any of the numerous authentication apps, such as: GoogleAuthenticator, MicrosoftAuthenticator, LastPassAuthenticator, etc.
Here's a link to LastPass: https://www.lastpass.com/
Check out their service & implement a password manager, whether it's with them or another provider. This will greatly increase your productivity & reduce the stress of maintaining a secure digital space.
Yesterday we looked at some free ways to enhance online & computing security. I added a link to Bitdefender's free online security tools. Today I'm posting another great security company called Malwarebytes.
I believe staying well informed is crucial in security & life-in-general. While experience develops the expertise in a certain field, the information used is the same. Most of this information can be found with a little digging!
With data & access protection of computers, databases, & mobile devices; a major & much needed industry, there will always be the "freemium" tools. I can personally recommend Bitdefender as a company & their security software as a solution(no, I do not work for them & I am not an affiliate).
- Free Security Steps -
Follow these simple steps & sleep better knowing that your digital security just got a whole lot better!
It is simple to use. If your email was part of a known breach, don't panic!
Update your security factors through the email provider & change your password.
For strong passwords use:
Put a few of these simple steps into practice & protect your data. While there is no single solution for keeping a hacker out of a computer system or database, there are things that we can do as users & professionals to protect our data.