By Kip Kirchberg
When you think of a “hacker” you probably envision some kind of hoodie-wearing teenager with black fingernail polish, a laptop plastered with techie stickers and an array of empty energy drink cans surrounding them.
If you’re like me, you probably also picture a movie like the Matrix or Swordfish, great movies.
User Names and Passwords are the most common way to prove we are who we say we are when it comes to using websites, social media accounts, email, and even the computer itself.
Passwords also give us and others access into mobile phones, bank applications, work log-ins, and confidential files. For many online systems, a password is the only thing keeping a hacker from stealing our personal data.
In all reality hacking is not rocket science. The truth is you can prevent a lot of common cyber attacks by using unique passwords for each site. If you are looking for a way to improve your cybersecurity, password security is where you should start.
Leveraging a password manager like Last Pass will help you generate very unique and complicated passwords for every site you visit. The best part is you don’t have to remember your logins because Last Pass does it for you. Save a password once, and it’s instantly available on a single device type for Free. With Premium, LastPass goes everywhere you do, across all your devices.
If you are looking for a better solution to protect your endpoints, have a need for remote management, need visibility into pc performance, or would like to capture pc software inventory I can help find a solution for you.
Please reach out and request your free Cyber Security Consultation. I will be glad to discuss options, schedule a Demo, and help you find a solution that will work best for your environment.
You can reach me at 863-734-8060 or at [email protected]