Smartphones and mobile devices are the waves upon which we ride into the future, and until we do something about our abysmal security habits now, our cyber security waters look pretty murky.
According to a study conducted by Janrain, a productivity management provider, one of the major setbacks associated with user security is remembering all of the passwords that govern the seemingly endless online accounts.
The study found that 38 percent of the participating adults believed it would be easier to solve world peace than to remember their passwords. Thirty-eight percent also confided that they would rather do household chores than have to create another one.
In keeping with good password strategy, however, the news source reported that 58 percent of the polled adults maintain at least five unique passwords.