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Creating, storing and protecting online passwords

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Open Sesame!  Key tips and facts on passwords to your life online

Passwords are designed to keep data secret. We have passwords to let us in to our online accounts for so many things including banking, social media, online tools and emails. Like the lock on your front door, they protect your digital security. If your password is captured, guessed or stolen, someone could impersonate you online, steal money from your online bank account, send emails in your name or change files on your computer – to name just a few of the possible outcomes. Read More

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Working from home – tips for success

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Many people enjoy the benefits that come from working from home. The flexibility that you can work when and where you like is the main incentive but in order to be successful, you have to be disciplined. Some find it impossible and miss the environment of an office work space as well as the way dressing and traveling to and from a job makes them feel like they are really working. Read More

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Are you an easy target for cybercrime?

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Protection against cybercrime is vital for ensuring business success. Small businesses have fewer resources and are often pressed for time making them easy targets for scams and cybercrime. Many small businesses don’t believe something will happen to them and therefore have very loose or no security systems and protocols in place. The biggest danger is complacency.
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Creating, storing and protecting online passwords

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Open Sesame!  Key tips and facts on passwords to your life online

Passwords are designed to keep data secret. We have passwords to let us in to our online accounts for so many things including banking, social media, online tools and emails. Like the lock on your front door, they protect your digital security. If your password is captured, guessed or stolen, someone could impersonate you online, steal money from your online bank account, send emails in your name or change files on your computer – to name just a few of the possible outcomes. Read More