We undoubtedly have dozens of passwords for various work,
business, home, and personal accounts. In the early days as we created new
accounts, life was easier by using the same password we always used. Our memory
allowed us to access an account we had not used in weeks or months without
trying to remember or using a note or document to record our accounts and
However, those days are long gone if we want to improve our
odds of ensuring we are the only ones accessing our accounts. We have learned
that a document containing all our accounts and access credentials is a
disaster waiting to happen. We have also learned that using the same password
on our accounts means that if one account is compromised, they are all
compromised; and what a pain that could be.
Much like you, we have noticed an ever-increasing volume of
phishing emails, and while we recognize most organizations include phishing
awareness courses as part of their defense, we wanted to share a few tips to help
you in your efforts.
Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) advocates for
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experience founded on a peer-based, educational approach to on-site review. The
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commitment to provide safe, high-quality services to its patients. It is
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