It seems as though each year an IT giant declares the death of the password. Microsoft, IBM, Google and others claimed that the age of the password had come to an end because passwords no longer kept users safe.
Strong passwords are critical as they aid in the protection of company data by bolstering defenses against brute force attacks.
Perhaps the truest proof of a football fan’s devotion comes not when they’re with a large group of people screaming in celebration of a touchdown, but when they’re alone and creating a new password.
Just imagine the amount of time wasted when 10% of an office loses more than 30 minutes of file access each time they forget a password…
While it may seem convenient to allow your browser to save your passwords, it actually presents a pretty serious security risk.