Why 72 percent of people still recycle passwords

Why 72 percent of people still recycle passwords

Despite the risk and reality of cybersecurity breaches in the enterprise, the majority (72 percent) of people said they still recycle passwords. Reusing old passwords can easily result in a type of cybersecurity breach called credential stuffing, the report said, which allows hackers to take information from a previous breach to gain access to other accounts. The majority of respondents who have been hacked already (89 percent) said they changed their passwords habits upon finding out the attack happened, the report added.(Source: TechRepublic)