2016 was the year of big data breaches. We saw the likes of Yahoo!, LinkedIn and Three Mobile all subject to hacks, compromising the information of millions of customers.
Despite the large number of high profile attacks, the number of people still using common passwords to secure their accounts remains high.
Recent data released by password manager Keeper, has revealed the world’s most common passwords, with the top 25 in the list used by over 50% of us. So… if your password is “123456”, “qwerty” or maybe even “password”, you might want to think about changing it now!
If you’ve spotted your password on the list, then you definitely have a reason to be concerned but don’t panic. We’ve created a guide to help you come up with a strong password and keep your accounts secure. Read on for our top password do’s and don’ts…
Password Types to Avoid in Business
Password Tips for Businesses
If you’re worried about any aspect of cyber security or just want some practical advice, San-iT are here to help.
To give yourself the best possible protection our systems will ensure you stay one step ahead of any potential hackers. Our service covers everything from anti-virus protection and firewalls right through to two-factor authentication to Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance so get in touch with the experts at San-iT today.