Avoid Falling Victim to a Security Breach

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It’s time to get serious about digital security. To put it bluntly, we are under attack and have been for quite some time.

Cybercriminals are everywhere looking to steal our credentials and rip us off. If you’ve been paying attention to the news, you already know that is true. There have been numerous massive security breaches over the past year alone.

That’s why we need to take control of our digital lives, and find a way to avoid falling victim to a security breach. Using a trusted password manager should be priority number one.

Why use a password manager?

A password manager is a program that can store and manage your passwords for each app, service, and site that you use. It’s like a locked safe (or a vault) for all your credentials, tightly secured with your own personal key.

More than 5 million records are breached daily, yet many of us find ourselves leaving our accounts unprotected, reusing weak and outdated passwords again and again.

A recent study published by LastPass reveals a concerning disconnect: despite the increasing number of cyberattacks, many of us continue to practice poor password habits, leaving our accounts susceptible to hacks.

With massive breaches reported over the last couple years like the ones at Equifax, Yahoo!, and marketing and data aggregation firm called Exactis, you’d think people’s password behavior would improve. That’s not the case.

Password behaviors have remained largely unchanged from two years ago. In fact, more than 50 percent of people didn’t even change their password after a data breach was uncovered. Yikes!

LastPass can help strengthen your security. It is a simple and secure password manager that remembers all of your login credentials across multiple services and secures information for you, at home and at work.

LastPass is the perfect password manager to protect you in today’s frightening digital world. It removes obstacles, letting you get back to the things you love most.

Here are some LastPass features that you can look forward too:

Log in and go

Once you save a password in LastPass, you’ll always have it when you need it; logging in is fast and easy.

Simplify online shopping

When you’re ready to make a purchase, your profile will fill all your payment and shipping details for you.

Generate strong passwords

The built-in password generator creates long, randomized passwords that protect against hacking.

Store digital records

Insurance cards, memberships, Wi-Fi passwords…keep all your notes safe and easy to find.

Share effortlessly

Some things shouldn’t be sent in a text. Conveniently and safely share passwords and notes with anyone.

Prepare for the unknown

Let trusted friends and family access your LastPass account in the event of an emergency or crisis.

Take it everywhere

Save a password once, and it’s instantly available on all your devices. LastPass goes everywhere you do.

With LastPass, you can easily create, manage and save complex and unique passwords for multiple sites and services then access them across multiple browsers and devices.

You can even share and manage passwords for your family members and save secure notes in the cloud. You can also save auto-fill information (names, address, phone, etc.), credit cards and even save secure documents for later access.

If you’re serious about password management, LastPass can help you at home and at work.


“Avoid Falling Victim To A Security Breach.” The Kim Komando Show, 2018, https://www.komando.com/tips/467482/avoid-falling-victim-to-a-security-breach.

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