Don’t reuse the same password for different accounts. And the same is true for those security questions for your various accounts.
Use two-factor authentication. With two-factor authentication, you have another defense ready to go if that initial password has been stolen.
Password selection. How secure are your passwords? The basic minimum for passwords is seven characters with a mix of symbols, numbers, and capitalization. Make it easier on yourself – get a Password manager to ensure you aren’t recycling passwords and that you are making each password sufficiently complex.
As a PR Consultant and journalist, Frink has covered IT security issues for a number of security software firms, as well as provided reviews and insight on the beer and automotive industries (but usually not at the same time). Otherwise, he’s known for making a great bowl of popcorn and extraordinary messes in a kitchen.