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Lock Your Door Paperback – February 4, 2015
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About the Author
Amazon Bestselling Author Nora D'Ecclesis is an American author who writes non-fiction books to help mitigate stress. She is a graduate of Kean University, with a degree in education, graduate degree in administration and post-graduate degree including certification as a learning specialist. Nora D'Ecclesis has a long history of presenting events focused on wellness and stress reduction techniques, currently a co-owner of Penn Kidder Personal Fitness with her son. She enjoys kayaking, hiking and archery. Nora lives with her family and wonderful dogs in a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. For more information, visit www.noradecclesis.com
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What I love most about this book, besides the fact that it allows me to keep all my usernames and passwords in one secure physical location, is that it uses categories to organize my information. For example, if I were to forget the name of the gas company I use all I need to do is look at the pages that I marked with the "utilities" category and boom there it is.
This book also presents a lot of great information regarding why it is important to create strong passwords and guidelines to create one. This book opened my eyes to some of the many online security threats we all face.
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who has multiple online accounts, which these days seems to be all of us.
I highly recommend this book to anyone and as one reviewer stated, it sure does make an excellent gift!
Before reading this book, I never realized how easy it was to be "hacked". Buy this book...you will never regret it!