Many Dutch keep their password on paper or email

Wednesday 22 November 2017 | 11:02 CET | News
More than half of the Dutch keep their password in an unsafe manner. As many as 38 percent write passwords on paper and 18 percent email them to themselves in order not to forget. It also appears that there are few tools used to generate or store passwords. The conclusions come from a study by BIT, a specialist in colocation, internet connection, managed hosting and outsourcing, among more than 1000 Dutch people with an office job.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: BIT
Countries: Netherlands
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