Password health and hygiene improved globally over the past year, reducing the risk of account takeover for consumers and businesses, according to Dashlane. Password reuse remains prevalent, however, leaving user accounts particularly vulnerable to password-spraying attacks if they’re not protected by strong multi-factor authentication (MFA). Password health and hygiene improves across-the-board According to the report, the average Password Health Score was between 70.9 (Northern America) and 78.2 (Eastern Europe). While each region fell within the … More

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