This is probably more of an issue for solos than attorneys in larger firms, which typically have information technology departments, but everyone has to deal with Internet security in today’s world.  Unfortunately, there appears to be no escape from dealing with passwords.  However, the Washington Post has an article with suggestions on how to deal with Internet account passwords.  It begins as follows:

We can probably all agree that the password system, as it stands today, just isnt working. With the constant security breaches in the headlines, were told regularly to beef up our passwords. But even if we know how to make strong passwords, its a pain to keep track of them all between every bank account, retailer and app demanding its own unique log-in.So how can you escape password hell? Or at least snap out of your apathy before a hacker steals your information? Weve ranked your options from the most low-maintenance to the most rigorous — for people who want to go the extra mile.

To read more, see How to keep track of your passwords without going insane – The Washington Post.

Posted by Lewis J. Saret, Co-General Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.