Secure Your Passwords
With recent reports of global thefts of passwords to various social networking sites and personal email accounts, we thought it would be a good time to remind you...
Changing your passwords occasionally is a good security practice. Even though UCM employs strong password formats, it's a good idea to change your passwords routinely.
It's also a good idea to keep your work and personal IDs and passwords unique. Using the same password for everything is like having one key for your car, truck, house, safe, boat, motorcycle, and ATV. If a thief was able to get that one key, they could walk away with everything you own. If you use the same password for your facebook, twitter, on-line banking, personal email, business email, MyCentral, and other accounts, they only have to steal one password to steal your entire digital life. Use different passwords for different accounts, and keep them secure.
If you have any questions about changing your UCM passwords, please contact the Technology Support Center.
For more information:
Contact Technology Support Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 660.543.4357