Laura Moynihan Describes Passwords That Cannot Be Hacked
In the Graphic Communication Advisors Group (GCAG) March 2022 article entitled, 'Password Hacking Is Not Magic,' Laura Moynihan, Principal of Digital Helpmates and a GCAG advisor, teaches how to create and easily access multiple passwords that cannot be hacked.
Moynihan points out: “The mechanics of hacking seem too complicated for most home and business users to spend their time wondering about.” She stresses that if you want to create passwords that cannot be hacked, “… it’s crucial to avoid passwords that are short, similar, or simple.” According to Moynihan, “understanding how we are hacked or … how our passwords are guessed, is key to keeping our information safe.” Her article describes the most common methods of hacking passwords and safeguarding them. Most importantly, Moynihan offers what she calls the “antidotes” to attacks, and describes the use of Password Managers as safeguards. She recommends LastPass for developing personalized long, complex, and unique passwords that are easily accessibly with no need to memorize them.
Moynihan’s full article can be accessed here: https://tinyurl.com/44nebrrj
Harvey Levenson who coordinates the GCAG said: “Laura Moynihan’s approach to password development and protection is a “game changer” in foiling hackers; a growing concern among individuals and companies. She presents an approach to password development that, for the most part, cannot be hacked. Anyone concerned with password security should read Moynihan’s article.”
Moynihan’s article also covers the importance of having a Digital Disaster Plan.
Laura Moynihan is a former graphic designer, copy editor, journalist, and high school English teacher. In 2020, she founded Digital Helpmates, her fourth business venture, after tutoring technology full-time since 2015. Today, Laura manages several other Tech Tutors and teaches them how to provide the best one-on-one tech help available today. With degrees from Pepperdine and Dominican Universities, Laura’s burning desire is to help elevate humanity through teaching and technology.
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