Change Passwords, Check Statements to Protect Your Identity

Chicot Memorial

THE DELTA (Tim Kowols) — Getting into a habit of simply changing your passwords every 90 days can help you protect your identity. According to, three out of four consumers use duplicate passwords for some of their important accounts, with 40 percent of those people forced to suffer through some sort of security incident as a result. Gay Pustaver from Money Management Counselors says it is up to you take responsibility for your personal and financial security. [AUDIO] Pustaver recommends an app called Last Pass to help you keep track of all the different passwords you might use. Checking your statements and your credit report on a regular basis can also help keep your finances and your identity in check.



Be the first to comment on "Change Passwords, Check Statements to Protect Your Identity"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.