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Weigh Your Passwords' Strength and Protect Your Business: Our Password Management Guide

Cybercriminals used stolen passwords or cracked weak passwords in 81 percent of hacking-related breaches. You might be surprised to learn that weak passwords are really easy to find. Most people aren’t aware that a 12-character password takes 62 trillion times longer to crack than a six-character password, and that a simple change in password hygiene could prevent cybercrime.

Obviously, passwords are critical. Our Password Management Guide can help you find out:

  • How strong or weak your passwords are.
  • How to fortify your existing passwords.
  • The nitty gritty of password managers and why you should use them.

Don’t let cybercriminals in. Get the guide today.

Weak Passwords Are Risky Business


The typical cost of a data breach for SMBs. (Ransomware averages $133,000.)


How many Americans tried to guess someone’s password: 17% of which succeeded.


The likelihood of people who use their name or birthdate in their password.


How long it typically takes before a cyber attack is detected.

Is Your Business Secure? Consider The Following:

  • 62 percent don’t upgrade or update their apps and software.
  • 81 percent review asset locations only once a year or even less often.
  • 75 percent have no disaster recovery plan in place.
  • 51 percent have zero budget allocated to cyber security.
  • 80 percent of small businesses are concerned about being a cybercrime target within the next six months, while only 14 percent rate their ability to lower their risk of cybercrime as “highly effective.”
  • 78 percent of businesses store sensitive or valuable information AND don’t encrypt any of it.

What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Cybercriminals can steal your data, access your network or disrupt your business in lots of different ways, and they keep creating new ones by the day.

Here are some of them:

  • Drive-by: You won’t notice when this attack happens. Simply by clicking on a link or visiting a website, your system becomes infected with malware. The malware doesn’t take actions you can see, but runs in the background, siphoning data used in other forms of attack.
  • Malicious software (malware): This includes ransomware, viruses, trojans, worms and other infection types.
  • Man in the middle (MITM): Ever play “monkey in the middle”? In this case, hackers get between users and servers to take control. They can pretend to be you to your users or spoof your IP to access other servers or applications to harvest data.
  • Phishing: These convincing-looking emails contain malicious links to fake sites or attachments designed to capture your data or infect your system. There are also variations that start with a text (smishing) or phone calls (vishing).
  • Distributed denial of service (DDOS): A website, network, server or computer is targeted with the goal of taking it offline to disrupt your business.

And these are just a few examples when it comes to cybercrime methods. As mentioned before, hackers are always inventing new methods. Ensure your company is well-protected with our guide.

Downloading this free Password Management Guide is how you can ensure stronger business cybersecurity. In a few short minutes, you’ll find out if your company is aware of weak password practices. Combine this resource with your internal IT team or managed service provider to direct your password hygiene efforts.

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