Keeping your account safe
To keep your account safe, there are several steps that you can take when setting up your Rizikon account
Do not share your password with someone else
Sharing passwords with other people increases the chance your password will be stolen or revealed
Use a different password for every website
If your data is stolen from any of the sites you use and your passwords are the same, attackers may try to use your stolen passwords to access your other accounts.
Do not make your password obvious
Choose your password carefully; don’t make it too short or easy. Don’t use your child or pet’s name, birthdays or anything else that can easily be guessed.
Try not to write your password down
Avoid writing passwords down if possible. Passwords should never be stored somewhere that they can be easily read by other people.
Don’t recycle passwords
Passwords should not be too similar to previous passwords, e.g. changing “Passwordexample2” to “Passwordexample3”
Enable two-factor authentication
Wherever possible you should enable two-factor authentication. You should enable two-factor authentication not only for your Rizikon account, but also your associated email account if possible. Two-factor authentication will help keep your account secure even if an attacker discovers your password.
To view more information on security in Rizikon, please see our Security Centre