Understand the scope of the assault on your privacy.
Determine the tools best for your situation
A serious part protecting your digital privacy is managing your passwords and resolving a password breach. I manage literally hundreds as I care not only for my own but also those of a number of clients. I do this the old fashion way with writing them down on a piece of paper. Not is a spreadsheet, not produced by a service. Kind of a hassle but the password is often the frontline of your privacy protection.
Here is an interesting service that attempts to tell you if your password has been revealed in a breach. Pwned Passwords. Interesting application. I think I will not use it, but change some passwords of the most critical services I use.