Tech Tip #4: Strengthen Your Digital Security with Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)

In our continuous journey to enhance our client's online security, this month's spotlight is on Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA)—a crucial layer of protection beyond your password. MFA, sometimes known as Two-Factor Authentication (2FA), requires users to provide two or more verification factors to gain access to an online account, ensuring that only the rightful owner can access their information.How Does Multi-Factor Authentication Work?MFA enhances security by combining two or more independent credentials: something you know (like a password), something you have…


Tech Tip #3: Enhance Your Cybersecurity with Strong, Unpredictable Passwords

Securing your online accounts is paramount in an age where personal data can easily become public. Common practice is to use memorable passwords, but this convenience can compromise security. Details like birthdays, pet names, or anniversaries are easily guessable and often publicly accessible via social media, making them prime targets for cybercriminals.Why Avoid Personal Information?Personal Information Is Public: Much of the personal information people might use in passwords (like kids' names, birthdates, or pet names) is often easily found on…


Tech Tip #2: Don’t Save Passwords in Your Web Browser

Storing passwords in your web browser might seem like a convenient shortcut, but it's a practice with substantial risks. This month, we spotlight why this common habit can compromise your security.The Convenience TrapWeb browsers offer to save passwords to streamline your login process on return visits to websites. While this feature saves time, it also opens a door for cyber intruders. If someone gains access to your computer, either physically or through malware, they could easily retrieve your saved passwords,…


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