One of the most important things when it comes to computer security is a secure password. Getting past your password is what hackers need to steal your credit card and banking information, get access to private files, steal your identity, and much worse. One thing to help prevent that is to make sure that you have a secure password that keeps the hackers guessing.
With that said, tomorrow, May 10, is World Password Day! This is the one day of the year (though it should be multiple times a year) where you are reminded to change your passwords everywhere. It should be said that you should change your password often and keep it different. Don’t keep using the same password and just keep adding a number or special character to “change it”. You need to completely change it overall to make it different.
Go to passwordday.org and take the pledge to change your passwords for the better! Share some tips on social media to make a better password, help your family out and get them to change their passwords too, or just turn on two-factor authentication on your accounts to make it even more secure.