We all know the rules. Don’t use any personal information to create a password; that means no significant dates, your own name, mother’s maiden name and the like. It must be obscure, a unique combination of letters and numbers. But how many of us REALLY follow that seemingly simple rule?
Today is World Password Day and it’s the job of the likes of us over at UKFast to remind you just how important that rule is. After all, the risk is becoming increasingly greater.
Let’s use everyone’s favourite phrase du jour: cybersecurity is on the rise. So what can you do to make protecting yourself and your data – at work and at home – that bit easier?
It’s all fairly easy stuff and it really will help keep you safe.
To find out more about cybersecurity and practical advice for protecting yourself and your business, why not attend Unlocked London? It’s the cybersecurity conference everyone’s talking about. After all, when our digital economy is worth an estimated £118bn, we really should be working our socks off to keep it safe.