A few weeks ago, Brian Chen at the NYTimes TechFix discussed the 2016 SplashData annual study on the worst passwords in the world.

The gold metal, once again, went to “123456”. Others in the top 10 include “password”, “qwerty” and “football”.

If you’re worried that your users are leaving giant holes like these in your network, read the article to learn more about software programs that can help prevent this. For our managed services clients, don’t worry – we’ll make sure your password policies don’t allow passwords like these!