Almost all websites require you to create a user account and password. The problem is most people can’t memorize multiple passwords, so they resort to using a single password everywhere. This of course can leave you vulnerable to identity theft and other issues. October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, but don’t worry, we have a solution to your scary password situation.
You Should Probably Change Your Password!
Here’s a relatable comedy sketch for everyone who’s ever had to create unique passwords.
So What’s the Solution?
Many people “lock” their passwords into an application called a password manager. These managers are highly convenient, easy to use and designed to keep you safe. Put simply, you no longer need to remember all of your passwords, instead you only need to remember one.
What Do We Recommend?
We recommend 1Password from a company called AgileBits.
- Syncs passwords and personal data across all your devices
- Allows you to import & export saved data from other products
- Offers apps for both Windows and Mac
- Supports multi-factor authentication
- Significant security for the price
- Straightforward and easy-to-use