Last week, Trusona joined LifeLock, AT&T and other security leaders for a Twitter chat about passwords and online security to celebrate World Password Day. The Identity Theft Resource Center posed questions on the hashtag IDTheftChat that experts answered, providing advice to consumers and businesses about how to keep safe online. Because this year’s World Password Day also happens to fall on Star Wars Day (May 4th), the organizers of the chat stuck to the theme and framed most of the questions around the epic films.

Trusona hopes that World Password Day will one day be a thing of the past, as we work to end the use of passwords. But in the meantime, here are some of our favorite tweets from the informative discussion. To see the full conversation and every piece of advice, follow #TDTheftChat on twitter.

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