Think about the last time you got a new phone. You go to order food for the first time and you're asked to enter your password. You then tap on your social media apps and you've got to log in with your credentials. Your email, your bank and all the sites you shop require a username and password. That's a lot of credentials. It's estimated that the average American has over 100 accounts online requiring a log-in. And even though many of us know that we should have more secure and varied passwords, most of us are using the same password for multiple accounts. The weak link in many personal data breaches can be traced back to an overly simple password, an out-of-date smartphone app with missing security patches or the use of an unfamiliar Wi-Fi network. So here's how to keep your information as secure as possible.