Hackers have proven time and again that having a lengthy, strong password made of random characters is critical to personal and business security. With Google’s recent release of the 10 worst password ideas, we can plainly see that consumers still cling to terrible password creation habits such as using pet names and wedding anniversary dates. One way to help keep your family or business users safe online is through creating strong passwords or by using a password management tool.
Maintaining your internet security is imperative in today’s digital era. Over 8 million Americans were victims of identity theft in 2011. In this infographic, Lifelock looks at passwords and how hack-friendly (or not) your particular password might be.
More and more of our lives are taking place online which means that quite regularly we are trusting our personal information to the cloud. Unfortunately, it seems we still have not learned how to protect ourselves. This infographic designed by Juan Snyman is the results of a study conducted in 2011 with 300 people ranging from high school students to adults that looks at the mistakes that are made with passwords.