I won't get hacked - I have a great password!
By Colin Patton, Service Delivery Manager
The password, once upon it time it was a word used to gain entry into a place. In modern times the password is an everyday essential. Take a moment to think how many applications, websites etc that you use a password for. From online banking through to email and online grocery shopping – passwords are everywhere.
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