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.
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.
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.
TeamsID has been securing passwords for millions of customers since 2005.
FinancesOnline, an analytics platform and hub for B2B/SaaS software reviews, has recently prepared a thorough test of popular IT management software solutions. TeamsID was part of the test, and the result was a very positive TeamsID review .
Today, email has become ubiquitous as a source of communications., but those email accounts can act as "keys to the kingdom" of passwords since so many sites have "forgot password" features that send resets to your email account.
When given the task of choosing passwords, people often take a moment to think about what they should use. After all, the password you choose will determine the vulnerability of your private information. So what goes into choosing a good password?
Today, passwords are central to the online security process. Passwords are used to protect almost all our personal and business information. However, as well all know, passwords can be vulnerable. So the question is: Will passwords ever be replaced? Let's look at some alternatives.
Some people like to choose a random set of letters and numbers for their passwords. Others choose a password that mean something to them, that pertains to their characteristics.
We're excited to share with you what we've been working on for the last several months. Our goal is to empower teams and make managing passwords easy and safe for everyone. And today, we're a big step closer to that goal with an all new version of TeamsID.
Meet Tom. Tom works at Acme Consulting, a 25-person company. As the senior "tech guy" at Acme, Tom wears a number of hats, including having responsibility for IT and security. Tom tries his best to protect his company, but he's got his share of problems (and his colleagues don't always help out), as we'll see in our ongoing series Tom's TaleIf finding qualified employees weren't hard enough, the ordeal of getting them up and going can be even more painful than being understaffed in the first place. Tom thought hiring three techs at once would streamline the training process-until they were all eagerly seated in front of him. He looked down at his to-do list and found himself wondering if it was too late to change his mind.