You’re probably familiar with World Backup Day, which occurs every March 31 as a reminder to people around the world to back up their data regularly. Today is May 2nd, and it’s World Password Day. This day is set aside to make computer users think about those words, phrases, or strings of alphanumeric characters that keep our information locked away and in many cases, encrypted. Computer security company Symantec notes that personal data points like full names, credit cards, and Social Security numbers were the most common items lost to data breaches in 2018. Here are some tips to make sure that your personal info stays under your control.Read More
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