Password overload has driven many of us to take dangerous shortcuts. If you think ZombieCat12 is a secure password, that you can safely reuse a password, or that no one would try to steal your password, think again! Learn how to overcome password frustration while keeping your data safe.
Plan to take advantage of the suggestions that will be offered during this presentation. Joe Kissel gives you the tips you need to avoid a problem which has affected so many over the years, often making the 5:00 news. You’ve no doubt heard of password managers – is that for you? This presentation will help you make some important decisions.
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