Tip of the Week:

Pass Phrases Are More Secure Than Traditional Passwords. Use Long Pass Phrases When Securing Sensitive Data

A pass phrase is a long phrase that is used in place of a password, such as "IamGoingtoEataPie!" Pass phrases are easier to remember than traditional passwords and more difficult for a hacker to guess. Use proper capitalization and punctuation in your pass phrase to increase its complexity and make it even more secure. Use a phrase that you'll find easy to remember and resist the urge to write it down or store it in a computer file.


 

What is Phishing?

According to the Federal Trade Commission, phishing is when “internet fraudsters impersonate a legitimate organization to trick you into giving out your personal information.”

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What is Identity Theft?

Identity theft is a situation in which someone pretends to be someone else by assuming that person's identity, usually as a method to gain access to resources or obtain credit and other benefits in that person's name.

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What is Password Management?

Your password protects you from unwanted access to your accounts. In combination with your userid, your password verifies who you are and also grants you access to protected resources.

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