Craig's Newsletter Vol.40


Are Frequent Password Changes Actually Good for Your Security?

How often do you change your password? We bet some of your credentials are more than a decade old.

In fact, most of us only change our passwords when a situation forces us to. Typically, that’s either when you can’t remember it, or an app or your company forces you to create a new one every few months.

So, which approach is right? Should you leave your password untouched for years, or should you change it as often as the seasons? Here are the pros and cons of changing your password too frequently.

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6 Ways to Secure Your Web Browser

Which is the most secure Web browser? Google Chrome? Mozilla Firefox? Microsoft’s Internet Explorer? It’s a simple question—but the answer is a bit complicated.

An unsecured web browser is like a cracked window into your network. And just as you’d fix a cracked window, you’ll want to secure your browsers.

It’s not that hard. Today’s browsers have built-in security and privacy features that can be set with a few quick steps, but users often either ignore or don’t know about them. To ensure all browsers in your organization are configured to maximize security, create a policy for browser privacy settings and instruct users to follow it.

Craig the Computer Geek Tech Tip Tuesday Episode #40

  Craig the Computer Geek Tech Tip Tuesday Episode #40 
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