Legal News Alert: A Word about Passwords

May 16, 2018


  1. Use passwords. They are the first line of protection against unauthorized access to private information.

  2. Use hard-to-guess passwords. If you have trouble thinking of a password you can remember, try this tip: Use a pattern or personal memory to form a password. For example: My son John helped me buy my computer - MsJhmbmc.

  3. Use a mix of capital letters, lowercase letters, numbers, and symbols.

  4. Put a copy of your passwords with your important papers regarding estate planning.


Do Not:

  1. Use birthdays or similar “easy-to-guess” passwords.

  2. Write passwords down in an easy to find locations. Taping them to a computer screen is a particularly bad idea!



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