May 5, 2022 is World Password Day and we are calling on everyone to check or change the health of your password information.
Strong passwords contain several different types of characters and, consequently, require more effort and time for an attacker to hack. Passwords should contain at least 10 characters and include a combination of character types, such as commas, percent signs and parentheses, as well as uppercase and lowercase letters and numbers.
Explore Hume Libraries’ and the Office of the eSafety Commissioner’s eSafety password information resources to find out how you and the community can help to protect your personal information online.
Also, check to see if your personal data has been compromised or breached using Have I been Pawned.