Why you should protect your iPaper account
If your account falls into the wrong hands, someone can
- Access your private, unpublished publications
- Upload & publish abusive or misleading content online on your site
- Delete your content or change your settings
How to protect your account
Use Strong Passwords
A strong password is at least 8 characters long. It should contain a mix of UPPER & lower case letters, numbers, and special characters.
Use a Password Manager
A password manager helps you to securely save passwords. Because of that, you can use complex passwords you would otherwise not be able to remember!
Never share accounts.
Create new user accounts for each individual user. A shared login can make it impossible to pinpoint the fault. In fact, shared login credentials are a huge security risk in itself.
Read more about creating user accounts here.
Review your active user accounts on a regular basis
Ensure only those who need access to iPaper have user accounts. Check if the correct people have the correct permissions. Only assign Administrator rights when essential.
Avoid login using public WiFi networks
Working on a public WiFi network? Be aware that your connection may not be secure. This is an easy opportunity for attackers to "snoop" on you, stealing your data. For this reason, Our advice is to only use your iPaper account when connected to a work or home WiFi network.