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Learning to be safer doesn't have to be a scary or intimidating.

Your digital safety is important. Your usecase is unlikely to need an Ideal Grade, although you're welcome to a paid subscription if you think it will be of value. We think most resources you'll need to achieve a Minimum Grade are available through the free subscription.

Get started with these three resources

Credential stuffing is a common danger, and is growing in frequency. For example, 2020's CRA breach was down to people reusing passwords.

πŸ“£ The CRA hacks happened because people reuse passwords. Here’s why, and how, to stop reusing passwords.
Many of us are not only using the same lock and key everywhere, it’s a lock and key we bought at the dollar store.

1. Fortunately, credential stuffing is avoidable. To be safe, use a password manager to create unique passwords for all your logins. Here is a quickstart for the password manager we use.

⚑️ Basic quickstart for Bitwarden on desktop
Effectively getting started with Bitwarden is easy.

2. We also recommend multi-factor authentication, to reduce the potential damage if you get phished. Here is a quickstart for the multi-factor authenticator (quite a mouthful isn't it?) we use.

⚑️ Basic quickstart to Authy on mobile
Getting started with 2FA isn’t as difficult or time-consuming as it may sound.

3. Multi-factor authentication is quickly becoming available on public services in Canada. We recommend using them wherever you can.

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Get started with multi-factor authentication on My Service Canada Account (MSCA).


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Learning to be safer doesn't have to be a scary or intimidating!
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