World Password Day is an excellent opportunity to get expert tips and insights on choosing and using strong passwords. Here are some of our top picks from the iFeeltech team:
Everyone agreed that passwords need to be supplemented with MFA (Multi-Factor Authentication) or at least 2FA (Two-Factor Authentication).
Data breaches are still mainly caused by stolen, cracked passwords. Of course, there are other types of attacks – from malicious software to social engineering – but this shows that passwords play a central role in anyone’s security posture.
It is alarming that so many people still use their child’s name or birth date as a password; most people are still not using unique, strong passwords.