Each year, researchers from SplashData revealed the worst passwords of 2017, based on the over 5 million stolen login credentials made public over the year. Despite the continued warnings from cybersecurity experts, people continue to choose weak, easily guessable passwords to protect their most precious information.
We all know strong passwords are the backbone to maintaining a secure network. With more of our private communications, banking, and health information being stored online, the security risk to our most personal data becomes an even greater danger. Creating a strong password is the first line of protection to your information; but how are … Continued