Security MFF uses industry standard security measures to prevent the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. Specialized data teams work 24×7 to ensure the integrity and security of networks and systems. Tagged further protects its networks using a combination of perimeter defenses, internal access controls, persistent monitoring and data encryption. Password encryption and detailed data screening also increase the level of security on profiles and applications. A password is almost like a social security number. It’s unique to you and allows you to control just who can see your information and what kind of information you’d like to share with the world. Besides MFF’s security safeguards, you can also play a part in protecting your identity online. It may seem pretty straightforward, but there are a few key things to keep in mind when creating a password. Since so much of everyday life can now occur online, it pays to take a few minutes to safeguard your life online. A Strong Password Is at least eight characters long and is vastly different from previous passwords Does not contain your user name, real name or company name Does not contain a complete word The longer the password, the better; longer passwords are more difficult to figure out Ideally it should contain upper case, lower case, numbers, and symbols/punctuation Consider using a passphrase, for example ”Mary <3'd her lambs“ For greater security, consider regularly changing your passwords Once you’ve chosen your password, it’s important to keep it to yourself: Don’t share it with anyone. Don’t use the same password on multiple websites Consider using a secure password manager like KeePass Use antivirus software Be careful when clicking links, especially links in unsolicited or spam email When visiting Tagged, be sure your address bar reads The Internet can be fun and useful. Ensuring that your passwords are secure and strong can only make your online experience that much more enjoyable.