Teach your users how to create strong passwords with our tutorial

Protecting your organization's important data starts with password security best practices. Use our Microsoft PowerPoint presentation to teach your users how to create strong passwords that are easy to remember.

Trying to get your users to stop writing their passwords on post-its is hard enough; can you really get them to create decent, strong passwords that they can remember? It may seem like an uphill struggle, but at least we've taken the work out of the attempt!

Download our updated Microsoft PowerPoint presentation geared to teaching end users about security threats, explaining the difference between weak and strong passwords, and encouraging them to use passwords wisely. It includes examples and tips on how to create passwords and remember them with tricks like mnemonics.

Download "End-User Password Security" to use anytime you need to train new users or offer a refresher.

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