Derek Schroeder, Service Manager of Kloud9IT on wkyc3

CLEVELAND, Ohio — We've seen company, after company, even government agencies and small businesses hacked.

From credit card numbers to email addresses and passwords, it's usually our personal information that's been taken.

The fallout from some of those security breaches is starting to surface.

“You want to be cycling through passwords because if a breach happens with a certain target or Equifax, one of those, that information is out there so it’s best to keep it moving and stay a moving target versus using the same password from ten years ago and hope that nobody gets me.” Explains Kloud 9 IT Service Manager, Derek Schroeder.

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