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Master Lock + Your Data = Secure

Everyone knows that they need to improve the security of their computers, passwords, and data store in the cloud. In this video I show you three great ways to improve your online security by taking advantage of a great app, Master Lock Vault.

1. Use Vault to save user names and passwords

Lots of apps promise to make your user names and passwords easily accessible by storing them in the cloud, but one feature I like about Master Lock Vault is that it protects your data with industry standard 256-bit encryption. This means your passwords stay safe, where they belong.

2. Back up critical or important documents

Sometimes you need to back up everything, and for that you need external hard drives, or tape storage, and secure off-site backup locations. It’s complicated, and properly backed up and secure data isn’t supposed to be easily accessible. So with Vault what I recommend you do is take all of your most critical documents and photos and store just those. That way, in case of an emergency situation, everything you need is accessible on your smartphone, tablet, or even a public computer, downloadable straight from the cloud.

3. Backing up padlock codes

One unique feature I love about Vault is that it makes it easy to store padlock combinations. Don’t you hate forgetting those? Well there’s finally an app for that. While you’re backing up critical documents like emergency contact info and beloved photos of your family, take an extra minute to put all of your padlock codes in Vault as well. That way, in case of an emergency, you’ll have one less thing to worry about.

Be sure to check out the Master Lock Vault app yourself (iOS / Android). It’s free, so there’s no reason not to give it a shot.

Disclosure of Material Connection: Hey readers, this is a “sponsored post.” The company who sponsored it compensated me via a cash payment, gift, or something else of value to write it. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.