The Future of Passwords

Over the years, the public has experienced the drawbacks of relying on weak passwords – including the likes of credit card fraud and identity theft. However, despite the many negative consequences of hacked login credentials, online users have yet to part with simplified passwords. In fact, the top 10 passwords typically go unchanged from year to year and as we’re headed into 2020, the #1 is “123456” and #2 is “password.” Fortunately for the throngs of people creating, using, and repurposing ridiculously simple passwords, many companies are building more secure …