Keep Your Passwords Safe: 5 Tips for Protecting Yourself After the Latest LastPass Data Breach
LastPass, a popular password manager, has suffered another data breach. This highlights the importance of being cautious when it comes to storing sensitive information, such as passwords, in a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform. While it is important to trust tech companies to provide proper security measures, it is also important to consider the risk of social engineering, or insider threats.
To protect yourself, here are some steps you can take:
Use a local password manager, such as KeePass, to store your sensitive information. This can be synced to the cloud for use on all of your devices.
Enable two-factor authentication (2FA) wherever possible. This adds an extra layer of security to your accounts.
Remove your account from resources that do not support 2FA. In today's age, multifactor authentication should be a standard for any application. If a company does not offer it, it may not prioritize security.
Consider using multiple email accounts for different purposes, such as one for shopping and another for banking/healthcare.
Remove your account from any resources that you no longer use. This helps to reduce the number of potential attack vectors.
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