Updated Apr 29, 2020

No matter how many times we're told to create strong passwords, or to use different passwords on every site, we just don't do it. It's not convenient. We know the risk, but we think "it won't happen to us." But the minute your information is compromised, and you're on the phone with your bank trying to determine when and how your identity was stolen, and how long it'll take to get access to your money, you'll regret being lazy about passwords. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) estimates that recovering from identity theft takes an average of 6 months and 200 hours of work. In this program, we're going go over a system that helps you set unique passwords for each site. We'll also discuss some additional tips for making your passwords more creative.