When using the passwords, add your PIN to them.
Remember that the PIN should not be written down anywhere.
You can decide on the location of your PIN too.
With the example PIN 25& created in the first step you could end up with 3 passwords that could be:
aMa568925& – or – 25&aMa5689 – or – aMa25&5689
gMaSDFR25& – or – 25&gMaDSFR – or – gMa25&DSFR
By ensuring that your passwords are difficult to obtain or guess you are going a long way to protecting both your business and your personal life from online harm. Keep in mind that the information here is only a general guideline, for specific concerns you should always consult a professional you trust. You can contact us to discuss the Internet security needs of your business if you have any questions or concerns.