Create Secure Passwords You Can Remember!
An online course designed to help YOU keep your sanity and protect your identity!
Regularly forget your passwords and have to reset them all the time?
Sometimes forget where you wrote the last one down?
Find that resetting your passwords all the time drives you crazy???
Feel worried about being hacked?
With the Creating Secure Passwords You Can Remember method, you’ll master this crucial skill once and for all. I have taught this to 1,000s of people in their 80’s & 90’s and I know I can teach you to master it, too!
You will learn…
Proactive Password Protection! We’ll learn how & why to proactively prepare our passwords.
Different Types of Passwords – we’ll break down the different types of passwords and learn why it’s so important for them to be longer.
The Password Creation Process – I teach you how to create unique and secure passwords using the password creation recipe.
My promise to you…
I have taught my method to thousands of my students in their 80’s and 90’s and I’m confident you can learn it, too.
I am going to be there for you every step of the way and am available to help you if you get stuck!
I will refund your fee if you’re not 100% satisfied.
Don’t let another day go by reusing the same password and opening yourself up to hackers. Now is the time to be the boss of your technology by securing all your online accounts.
Abbie Richie is an entrepreneur, mother of two school-aged children, wife of 16 years and devoted daughter of many. She is the TECH GURU FOR SENIORS, the founder of Senior Savvy, which provides Zoom workshops and technical support throughout the US. Senior Savvy is the marriage of two things Abbie loves – helping older people and technology.
After helping many of her friend’s parents and her in-laws, she realized there was a huge need for personable and patient tech support for older folks. In 2018, Abbie started Senior Savvy, though she will tell you that Senior Savvy started in her a long, long time ago.
Growing up in Los Angeles, she spent a lot of time with her grandparents. Nana and Papa fostered deep respect and admiration through their commitment to her family and their community. After college in Boston, she moved to the SF Bay Area for grad school, right before the “dot com boom” and received an in-depth education on all things tech. Since then, she has continued to learn everything about technology while patiently teaching seniors the skills they need.
In April 2020, her workshop students began requesting she offered her classes on Zoom. The pivot allowed her to expand Senior Savvy tech support to senior communities around the US.