You should probably change your password

You should probably change your password

You should probably change your password

Passwords are inherently weak. Despite our best efforts, the vast majority of people re-use passwords across their services and very few people take advantage of password managers. It wasn’t long ago that the industry flipped on the advice that passwords should change regularly. 

They found that the more people changed their passwords, the weaker they became. It was actually more secure picking one unique, complex password and sticking with it. Bearing that in mind, the removal of passwords altogether – one day- will make it much harder for cyber criminals to get into people’s digital worlds.  

Click here to look at the lighter side of password evolution from funny man Michael McIntyre.

General Advice Warning

The information provided is to be regarded as general advice. Whilst we may have collected risk information, your personal objectives, needs or financial situations were not taken into account when preparing this information. We recommend that you consider the suitability of this general advice, in respect of your objectives, financial situation and needs before acting on it. You should obtain and consider the relevant product disclosure statement before making any decision to purchase this financial product.

Cyber Insurance

Cyber Insurance

Technology has never been so deeply entwined in our businesses. While it delivers significant efficiencies and convenience, it also comes with significant cyber risks.

Cyber Q&A with Steve Dymond - Part 2

July 30, 2020

Giving your passwords a clean bill of health

August 25, 2020

We survived a hacking attempt

August 11, 2020

Find your local Insurance Broker

Talk to your local Broker about your insurance needs and to get a quote