5 Email Security Tips

Let’s Go Phishing?

Over six billion emails are sent out worldwide monthly in phishing attempts. This is an attempt to steal your identity. There are safeguards you can use. Don’t be the one who’s fooled.

Common Passwords

Did you know? Many use one or two simple passwords for every program or website. That’s a dangerous practice. The top five passwords were 12345678, password, qwerty, and 123456 – this information coming from an annual list from millions of stolen password. (Source: SplashData)

If this same password is used for all your accounts, a hacker not only has it for your email, but for your bank account, PayPal, Amazon, and any of the other accounts you use that password for.

Be Wise

If you received a new phone, tablet, or computer recently, you’ll want to make your email to be secure. The best solution is to use a different password for each site. Remember – if you change your password on one device, it doesn’t change it for all your devices. You must change it on your computer, tablet, phone, or laptop as well.

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C.A. Simonson

C.A. Simonson is a freelance writer and author. Her award-winning short stories have appeared in seven anthologies. The Journey Home trilogy, "Love's Journey Home," "Love Looks Back," and "Love's Amazing Grace," are Christian fiction based on true events. She has also published two anthologies, one of short stories and one of devotions and poems. A children's speller/story coloring book was released in April 2017. Copies are available in paperback and digital format on Amazon, KOBO, iTunes, and Barnes and Noble or at casimonson.com. Books are now available in audio format on audible.com When she is not writing, she is painting, crafting, or fishing.

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