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18 May 2022
With cybercrime on the rise in recent years, companies are facing more cybersecurity issues than ever before.
As newer technologies take even more operations online, businesses are facing an increasing cybersecurity risk.
Where they used to be able to control their own networks and audit their own devices, many are now spread out over great distances and reliant on their employees’ password strength to keep their information secure. read more...
3 October 2021
According to a recently published 2021 cyber security report, cybercrime went up by 600% during the Coronavirus pandemic. Over the past year alone, more than 500,000 stolen Zoom passwords were posted for sale on dark web forums.
Passwords are one of the most basic and familiar forms of data protection. Yet poor password practices are often the reason behind the billions of breaches and malicious cyber attacks that happen year after year. read more...
16 September 2021
One of Google’s study with Harris Poll revealed the real truth behind passwords creation of native Americans. The vast majority faces frustration and even difficulties when coming up with a password. Having no secure strategy in mind and lacking an operating system to ensure that password verification has the latest security updates simply makes the American people struggle - nearly 75%
The five most popular of which are: 123456, Password, 12345678, qwerty, 123456789. read more...
18 May 2021
Once you turn a computer on and connect it to anything, including your USB thumb drive, it is exposed to threats. Because of the nature of data movement methodologies and personal habits, there are threats everywhere. Know this and accept that fact and you have the right mindset to be safe.
The Internet is a vast and cool place, but as with everything good, there is a counterculture who wants to exploit it for their motives. In a way, a healthy dose of paranoia is good when computers are involved. The first preventative is a password.
We have decided to create a simple guide on how to make your password strong. read more...
3 February 2021
If you have an email account, use Facebook, Twitter, download iTunes, or do anything on a computer that is connected to the Internet, you too could be hacked.
Here are things you should do if someone has stolen account information, or you receive a warning notice an account has been hacked. Even if you have not been hacked, many of these steps can help protect you in the future. read more...
22 November 2020
Passwords are an indispensable component of security hygiene of a large majority of Americans, that have their concrete password practices and habits.
According to security.org statistical survey, the unprecedented period of COVID-19 and the elections 2020 of the American President are the most popular themes and are one of the most frequent password options of an average American. Additionally, people might use their birth year, pet's name, last name, and completely neglect their overall security.
Surprisingly, the most popular US password in 2020 is ... read more...