This is not technically a wild venture, but rather – almost everyone in the world – is reckless. His database of over 3 billion unique emails and passwords from services like Netflix and LinkedIn that have been hacked in the past has been exposed on hacking forums. With about 7.7 billion people living in the world today, it’s no exaggeration to say that many of them must have had their identities stolen promotion of safety culture.
2021 is finally about to end. Password Management Service Provider (Opens in a new tab) Dashlane took this opportunity to look back at the worst password criminals of the year. The company named SolarWinds and its cybersecurity-disrespectful intern this year’s losers after his/her unbreakable password, solarwinds123, was leaked online. The second largest password breacher was COMB (Combination of Many Breaches).
Facebook, GoDaddy, WordPress, RockYou2021, ActMobile Networks, or DailyQuiz.me are all on the list. Today, the average cost of a data breach is $4.24 million and 80% of breaches are caused by weak, reused or stolen employee passwords, leading to phishing and other Dashlane says it’s more important than ever to protect your business from online fraud in the form of to maintain security, organizations must create a “security culture” in which employees understand their role in protecting the organization’s data and IT assets.
The third biggest culprit was Verkada, and cybercriminals found his Verkada username and password online to gain access to the company’s customers’ cameras, steal from Tesla factory employees, and work out at her Equinox gym. It was spying on people everywhere, even employees who were doing it. Dashlane said cameras in hospitals and prisons have also been compromised, adding further security. Those three may have been the worst, but they weren’t the only major incidents in the last 12 months.
Identify and report suspicious activity, employ industry-standard cybersecurity technologies such as endpoint security, password managers, email security or his MFA, security keys (opens in new tab), and measure program effectiveness employees should be trained to do so. Dashlane reminded everyone how devastating these leaks are and also warned that things will only get worse if we don’t come together. Dashlane CEO JD Sherman said: “If your business was a car, you would have to close the windows and lock the doors to get home. Yet computer users seem to drive and leave their keys in the ignition. Good password hygiene. Password managers handle a lot of the hassles associated with ,” added Dashlane’s CEO.