In previous posts in this series I covered how to create strong passwords, how to enable multi-factor authentication, and how to do this in such a way that you don't lock yourself out
The more online accounts you have the bigger the potential security risks. Read this blog for tips on how to delete the online accounts that you no longer need.
Recently I wrote a blog about why password managers are not the best solution for everyone. TL;DR: because they pose a usability barrier for less tech savvy people. Every time I tweet
I saw this tweet from Paul Barton. And he is right. These are really terrible security questions. These have to be some of the worst “security” questions I have ever seen! pic.twitter.
TL;DR: Inventory your user accounts and remove unused onesChange weak and reused passwordsEnable 2FA and make sure you configure backup optionsOnce in a while you should assess the security of your user