This is episode #2 of Digital 100, I’ve decided to dive into some basic security elements to increase your current security footprint. In most cases hacking occurs thru passwords, or gain control of an account to receive password, etc. This episode is the first in a small series designed to help get you on the secure plan when only both for digital business and bitcoin.
Let’s get start by staying you are not secure. No matter what you’ve been doing, there are probably a few changes you could do to great increase your security.
“Current IT industry consensus holds “strong” passwords should be at least 10 to 15 characters and include a mix of lower case and capital letters, numbers and special characters – e.g., @, $, or *– and be unrelated to any prior passwords” https://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2407168,00.asp
This the standard definition most IT department send out, which leads to the next list of passwords used by individuals most often.
Now most hackers use common passwords to gain access to your other accounts.
So all those hacks over the years to Starbucks, Target, Apple, Uber, Equifax, etc – all cause issues on your other accounts when using the same password everywhere.
Get yourself a password book, keep in your water & fire proof safe.
Next episode will cover safe guarding accounts to increase security access to all of important accounts.