Use a password manager
Facebook. Twitter. Spotify. Amazon. How many accounts do you have to keep track of? For most people, the simple solution has always been to use a single password for everything, but it's definitely unwise these days. Cybercrime has become so much more sophisticated, that you're constantly reading about new security breaches or data hacks happening every other month.
This is where password managers like LastPass or 1Password come in. These allow you to keep track of all your log-in credentials and ensure you never have to hit the ‘Forgot my password’ button, while allowing you to maintain a unique password for each account. They can also help you generate randomized and secure passwords, saving you from inputting your dog’s name in the password field.