Are any of your users choosing these common password combinations?
A recent study by data security firm Imperva looked at 32 million exposed passwords and revealed the 10 most common:
Many other stolen passwords used common slang words, adjacent keyboard keys and names presumably important to the user (such as family members).
Warn the folks in your company to avoid those common password practices. It may be common sense to IT pros, but as the report shows, many users fail to understand the importance of choosing complex passwords.