In the newly released video, Michael Duffy of www.dontgethacked.ca covers the best strategies for creating new passwords that are both secure and easy to remember, as well as exploring the various password management services that are available online.
More information is available at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpvdoXB7BQA
By releasing the new video, the cybersecurity company helps viewers understand the importance of password variety and why they should change their passwords at least once a year to reduce the risk of being hacked or falling victim to an info leak.
Michael Duffy said, “I’m going to show you why you need a place to store your passwords and why you need to be updating and maintaining your passwords at least once a year.”
As the use of online shopping and cloud storage accounts becomes more commonplace, the risk of an individual’s accounts being compromised also increases. Additionally, as many users reuse the same password for multiple websites, a data breach on one site can instantly impact several of that user’s online accounts. Michael Duffy’s informative video helps viewers understand this risk and what they can do to address it.
During the video, Michael Duffy covers a ten-step system that can be used by anyone who has online accounts to protect themselves and their information. This system includes the creation of secure but easy-to-remember passwords, storing passwords, developing routine updates, and correcting any weak passwords.
The video also provides details on password generators and password management systems, such as LastPass, 1Pass, and DashLane. As Michael Duffy explains, these sites can help make the storage of passwords easier through the use of a single master password.
Alongside their informative video, www.dontgethacked.ca’s YouTube channel also has a range of educational videos on topics such as cybersecurity, Wi-Fi management, digital marketing, and digital backups. The Alberta company also offers cybersecurity services for business owners looking for a Managed Service Provider to handle their business’s IT needs with 24/7 customer support.
Michael Duffy is also hosting a live masterclass in Calgary, Alberta based on www.dontgethacked.ca’s YouTube series, details of which can be found on the company’s website.
Interested parties can find more information by visiting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HpvdoXB7BQA
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