Howard Lutnick recalls the experience of rebuilding his company after losing nearly 700 employees during the World Trade Center Attacks of September 11th.
After her mother’s death, Alex changed her password to “Prospect”, which represented her new neighborhood (Prospect Heights, Brooklyn), her new life, and moving forward.
Despite being raised by a mother who encouraged his individuality, Tony discovered she’d been keeping tabs in ways he didn’t expected.
Rose felt a mixture of saddness and relief over questions left unanswered following her son’s death.
After learning the importance of cyber security, Eleanor chose a special number to make her passwords stronger.
In search of a peaceful refuge, Taren reminds herself of paradise each time she types her password.
Mira’s security-savvy mother taught her the importance of a strong password and then encouraged her to cash in.
Inspired by his early love for comics, Dillon decided to make a pseudonym, which stuck as his password and a reminder of his childhood.
During a holiday visit, Katy discovered that she and her sister had more in common than they already knew.