What are Popular Passwords and Why Shouldn’t I Use Them?

Passwords are typically chosen by employees, and there is a lot of room for error in this since humans believe that passwords must be easily remembered. People tend to choose passwords based on information about themselves or their lives, and such passwords are more popular because they’re easier to remember than a string of nonsensical numbers, characters, and letters. These are known as “popular passwords.” The use of popular passwords poses a risk to employers and the security of an enterprise’s networks, applications, and systems since they are easily guessed by intruders and an organization’s data is put at greater risk.

LEARN ABOUT THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY

The IT industry is always changing and our IT engineers seize every moment to find the best way to keep your business on the leading edge of technology. Here are some articles to help share the knowledge.

All Articles

Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service: Why it Makes Sense

View disaster recovery

Legacy Home Directories and User Directory Data Migration

View Case Study