World Password Day 2018

by | May 2, 2018 | Wharncliffe News

Make sure your passwords are secure!

World Password Day is an annual event that takes place around the world on the first Thursday of May every year and serves to raise awareness for the importance of strong passwords and best practices, to keep your accounts safe and secure online. World password day is supported by hundreds of organisations, including the National Cyber Security Alliance, Intel, Microsoft and more…

70% of consumers lack confidence that passwords can adequately protect their accounts. One of the biggest problems is password reuse, as 73% of online accounts use duplicated passwords.

The importance of strong password security may seem rather obvious to most. However, research shows that despite the rise in data breaches, hackers and security threats, poor password habits are still relatively common.

According to TeleSign’s Customer Account Security Report, 70% of consumers lack confidence that passwords can adequately protect their accounts. One of the biggest problems is password reuse, as 73% of online accounts use duplicated passwords, which can lead to a “domino effect,” which puts all of your accounts at risk after just one breach.

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