All teachers who are employed under the umbrella of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) are always required by the commission to use strong passwords when validating their T-Pay data. The password should remain confidential and it should not be leak to anybody. This will help to reduce the risk of cybercriminals which normally steal teachers' identity for fraudulent activities.
Teachers and other TSC employees can greatly protect their T-Pay password by taking the following simple precautions.
a) Avoid using simple passwords such as your TSC No, ID No or your first name. These can easily be known by a smart cybercriminal.
b) Do not use similar passwords across multiple accounts such as your TSC email, Facebook or on any other social platform to avoid the risk of hacking.
c) Always try to create a strong passwords that combine letters , numbers and punctuation marks and change them from time to time.
d) Don't click on the icon asking you to save your T-Pay password on chrome when you are using a computer in a cybercafé.
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