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What Parents Said – What Parents Want

What Parents Said - What Parents Want - REPORT

In 2017 and 2018 Tusla Prevention Partnership and Family Support (PPFS) undertook a comprehensive consultation process with parents across Galway. This was done in partnership with other organisations that provide services and supports to families in the City and County. The aim was to give a voice to parents on issues that matter to them and their children. Over 800 parents took part.
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Choosing A Strong Password

Chains of words, make passwords easy to remember and harder to crack.

 

To create a password that meets our strength requirements, it’s recommended to use a mix of at least three random words along with a number (not a birthday or 123 etc., just random) and one or more symbols and capitals, but don't capitalize the first letters of the words, e.g.:

  • mower-speaK5shadow
  • table?taPe748goNe.

This password style might not be very common, and it will be much more difficult for computers/bots to crack. It also allows for your passwords to be memorized more easily. Though a password vault may help with that.