We are sure you have heard this before, creating a strong and unique passwords for all your online accounts are really best way to keep your personal and financial information safe. This is necessary in this age of widespread corporate hacks, where one database breach can reveal millions of security keys and user passwords. If you reuse your passwords, a hacker can take the leaked data from one attack and use it to login to your other accounts. A solution to deal with multiple passwords is to use a password manager to help you store and create strong passwords for all of your online accounts.

Also, check to see if your online accounts offer multi-factor authentication. This is when multiple pieces of information are required to verify your identity. So, to log into an account you may need to enter a code that is sent to your phone, as well as your password or passphrase.