In today's world, it's important to keep your personal and financial information secure. Today, Amy Walls of Thimbleberry Financial explains what a password manager app/website is, what the benefits are, and why it's so important to use one. And we aren't talking about a password-protected Excel file, or a little booklet on your desk with everything written down!
Unlike a password YOU come up with, these password managers generate their own secure, unique passwords. A random series of letters, numbers, and symbols is much harder to hack than your pet's name! Also, they often require multi-factor authentication, an added level of security. You can choose which passwords to share with friends and family, and cut off access to a specific device if you lose that device. And they often have an "Emergency Access" feature, where if something were to happen to you, you can designate a contact to have access to your information.
Amy and her team use a password manager for the extremely sensitive data they work with, and they encourage their clients to do the same.
For questions about anything related to your financial future, reach Amy Walls and her team at Thimbleberry Financial at (503) 610-6510, or on the web at https://thimbleberryfinancial.com/