It's World Password Day
Passwords are in the spotlight today and it's an important reminder to reconsider our online security routine. Our recent research project, The Psychology of Passwords, shows a startling reality of unsafe online practices. Here's a little preview of the habits that make hackers very happy:
59% mostly or always use the same password
53% have not changed passwords in the last year
64% want to easily remember their passwords
From this, we've learned that consumers are using the same easy-to-remember password for multiple accounts (despite the increase in cybersecurity threats and breaches).
Don't let yourself be one of these stats - participate in World Password Day! Refresh your passwords today and secure your digital life.
JOIN IN PASSWORD DAY
More cybersecurity resources
7 ways to protect your credit cards online
It's hard to avoid sharing credit card information online today, so make sure you're taking the necessary precautions to keep your information safe.
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How to protect yourself from a "port-out scam"
As technology becomes more sophisticated, so do hackers. Learn what a "port-out scam" is and what precautions you can take to prevent this threat.
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Why you need a username generator
Not reusing passwords is one layer of protection, and having unique usernames is another. Explore the username generator next time you create a new account.
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