New Study on American Password Security

For about six years, we have discussed the use of passwords. Or their lack of use! 🙁  Now we ask, are things better today? And we present the highlights from a new study on American password security . In reverse order by age, we urge you to read at least a couple of these posts: […]

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Online Security Means Many Things

As the title of this post suggests, online security means many things. Let us look at three crucial aspects. Cyber Security. Passwords. HTTPS URLs. Are YOU prepared to handle online security for you and/or your firm? Unfortunately, security today is worse today than ever. For our followers, you already know that we take security issues […]

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Must Read!! Build Stronger Passwords NOW.

Our posts on password security span the entire period of our (Evans on Marketing) existence. In each case, our goal is for you to build stronger passwords NOW. Today’s post is a MUST READ. These are some of our prior posts. They are presented in reverse chronological order. Password security is not a new or […]

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Avoid Risky Password Behavior

Do you have only one password for all accounts? Do you use only lower-case letters in your passwords? Do you enter your password when the URL begins with http (rather than https)? If you answered yes to one or more of these questions, you are leaving yourself wide open to identity theft and the hacking […]

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Are You Managing Your Passwords Well?

Everyday, millions of Internet accounts around the world are hacked into. Are YOU doing enough to protect yourself? Take a look at these past posts we’ve made: 1, 2, 3, 4 Then, check out these password manager tools recommended by TechRepublic and visit this site to see a video about these tools: Windows Password Key […]

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UPDATE! Being Smarter Online

I recently gave a talk about how to be more careful online — especially with social media. More and more, identity theft, invasion of one’s privacy, and other forms of online misbehavior have been occurring. Whether it involves Twitter, the New York Times, or a private citizen, hacking has become a greater problem. My presentation […]

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