The Importance Of Having A Secure Password [INFOGRAPHIC]

The average person spends roughly 11 hours online every day. From banking to chatting with friends, there’s no limit to all of the things we can do online. However, most of the sites or online resources we use daily—from Facebook to Gmail—are secured using a simple password. Believe it or not, most people’s passwords aren’t very good, leaving many Web users susceptible to having their information hacked.

Worst Passwords of 2018

Bad habits die hard, according to SplashData’s eighth annual list of Worst Passwords of the Year. After evaluating more than 5 million passwords leaked on the Internet, the company found that computer users continue using the same predictable, easily guessable passwords.

Top 50 Worst Passwords of 2019

In the company’s ninth annual installment of the Worst Passwords of the Year list, “donald” is not among the top 25 most dangerous and most commonly leaked passwords by hackers. In other news, “password” has for the first time in the list’s history been knocked out of the top two spots.

Most Common Password Problems Faced by Small Organizations

There are an increasing number of stories focused on the danger for small businesses of not being secure online. To address this issue and ensure your business is prepared against common hacks and social engineering that target user passwords, here are some of the most common problems faced and how to address them.

7 Cyber Security Websites for Small Businesses to Follow

Running a small and growing business can be difficult enough without having to worry about cybersecurity. Stretched thin with limited staff, bootstrapped resources, and a lack of clear policy for complicated risk, small businesses are particularly vulnerable to cyber-attack. To help with this, here are some of the top websites you should be following and referencing for information about cybercrime and how to prepare for and prevent it.

The Use of AI in Enterprise Cyber Security

More than ever before, enterprise cyber security is top of mind for corporate executives. The increased availability of computing power, storage capabilities, and general access to technology means AI can start to develop more effective trend-lining predictions.

How to Secure a Remote Team

Technology has enabled even mid-size companies to uncouple from the traditional office setting and build a remote team. Opening a wider pool of potential talent, reducing overhead, and streamlining operations, remote distribution of your workforce can make a lot of sense, especially for startups with limited funds.

Announcing our Worst Passwords of 2016

In its sixth annual Worst Passwords report, compiled from more than five million passwords leaked during the year, three variations of "password" appear, including "passw0rd" and "password1".