You’re One of a Kind and True Key by Intel Security Loves It! #1in7Billion

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One of my favorite quotes is by Seuss and says, “Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!” As you can imagine, that quote is perfectly in line with who I am as a person – I am The Rebel Chick, after all! I grew up believing in my own personal worth, knowing that I didn’t need to fit in to be cool, that my uniqueness made me who I was – and that person was pretty cool. I joke around with friends that “I do what I want,” but it’s true – I am who I am, and I am not afraid to be unique! In fact, I actually thrive on it.

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A company that really gets this is Intel Security! In partnership with artist Rob Cantor, True Key by Intel Security created this video celebrating the uniqueness of all of us. This video celebrates different talents from all over the internet, with 40 unique and exciting aspects; we’re talking everything from hair styling to food stylists, juggling to bike riding. It’s all about being your own unique self, and I love it!

So, we are all unique, but it seems that a lot of us have something in common: we aren’t very good at creating passwords that are hard to crack because we have a hard time remembering them all! On average, people have about 27 online accounts and only use around 6 unique passwords; this means that we are repeating passwords and creating an opportunity to get hacked! One study showed that 73% of consumers used duplicate passwords and 77% have passwords that are over a year old! As my ex-husband worked in IT, I have always known the importance of having very unique passwords and changing them frequently, but many just don’t realize, or they’re afraid they won’t remember all of their passwords. So what do you do to avoid this and keep all of those online accounts safe? Use True Key by Intel Security!

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What is True Key by Intel Security?

The True Key app removes the hassle of remembering multiple passwords and instantly logs you in to your favorite sites. You can sync your True Key profile to your phone, tablet and computer and enjoy more control over your online identity.

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There are several ways to use True Key by Intel Security; you can use a facial math recognition tool called Face to log in, or traditional methods like email, a master password, fingerprint, etc. There is a two step process to set it all up to ensure your protection, and you can even set up additional security measures if you like!

truekey 2True Key by Intel Security sounds pretty amazing, doesn’t it? You can use it on your phone, tablet or computer, so no more trying to remember passwords when you are switching between devices and signing into different accounts. It’s a one stop shop for all of your passwords, period!


A Few Benefits of the True Key app by Intel Security

  • Multi-factor authentication, or MFA, is standard with the True Key app. You’ll always be verified by at least two factors before being signed in. Customize your profile by adding more factors — the more you add, the safer your profile becomes.
  • The True Key app protects your passwords by scrambling them with AES-256, one of the strongest encryption algorithms available. Only you can decrypt and access your information with the factors you choose.
  • Signing in can be as simple as using one factor that you choose — like your Face, Fingerprint or Master Password — on a device you trust. When not on a Trusted Device (a friend’s phone, hotel computer), you’ll be verified by two other factors you’ve chosen.

Did you like that fun video? If you want to be a part of the next one, you can! You can participate in the 1in7Billion campaign and share what makes YOU unique through a photo or video submission and it might be included in the next 1in7billion video!!


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