Best Practices to Protecting Your Data


It's the Security for Me

unique password is a safe password. 

If all your profiles share the same password and one is compromised, all are compromised. While two-factor authentication reduces this, it's better to be safe than sorry. 

The word 'password' or your dog's birthday will not keep your data private. Your information is better protected with passwords like the following. 

L@g00n@B3@<h instead of Laguna Beach 

20D@;$y22 instead of Daisy2022 

Remembering all your passwords isn't always easy, but physically writing them down can set you up for a cyber-attack.


Two Steps Away from Secure Access

Setting up two-factor authentication for your accounts is one more hurdle for a cyber-criminal and one less headache for you. 

Be certain that the secondary device used for this authentication is handy, as most single-use passcodes are timed. 

If you ever need to update your secondary device with Brand's, contact us. We'd be happy to help.

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