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Guess what topped password management vendor SplashData's annual list of the most common leaked passwords? You got it: "123456" and "password." Yes, again.
Even if your employees are coming up with smarter passwords, they aren't necessarily practicing good password hygiene, at least according to these statistics from cybersecurity site Dark Reading:
If these figures worry you — and they should! — give Xantrion a call. We can help you establish policies and procedures for improving password hygiene, and even teach your employees how to generate stronger passwords they won't forget.