Why passwords must be taken seriously

So, how can businesses ensure that their employees use the best password security to guard their data safely?

The Friend Finder Network hack, the largest data breach of 2016 that exposed more than 400 million user accounts, has, once again, highlighted the issue of passwords.

Passwords continue to be the bane of our digital lives. We tend to use simple, memorable passwords that any ‘wannabe hacker’ can break. If you then try harder and go for a more complex solution it often gets forgotten or, worse still, written down. So, how can businesses ensure that their employees use the best password security to guard their data safely?

Firstly, companies need to take more responsibility in helping their employees manage the myriad of passwords used in the workplace that need to be remembered. Those that are used have to be good and robust passwords that are regularly changed in order to maintain good governance.

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