Too many companies and brands are still not following best practices when it comes to prompting users to create good passwords that are complex and unique. Until they do, it’s up to each of us to protect ourselves.
Photo by Philipp Katzenberger on Unsplash Guest Post by Allison Grinberg-Funes October is National Cyber Security Awareness month and so we decided it was yet again, time […]
‘123456’, ‘ashley’, ‘superman’, and ‘blink182’ top the latest list of most common terrible passwords
While most of us are inclined to think our way is the “right way,” if surveys and news headlines tell us anything, it’s that when it comes to password habits, the majority of us need some serious work.
Recent advances in biometric technology have now made it possible to cheaply and effectively authenticate individuals based on the unique way that sound is conducted by their skulls.
While no evidence of abuse has currently been found, at least 2,000 Facebook employees searched through the files containing passwords, though it’s not clear as to why.
Update those passwords! Marriott and dell.com report database breaches.