A CBS News poll found that roughly one in four people has to reset a computer password at least once a month. And so the password process often goes - reset it, and then forget it again. With security breaches more common than ever before, Susan Spencer goes in search of what makes passwords unhackable, and learns about new technologies that may make passwords (even those spelled p@$$wØrd) obsolete.
There's a growing concern over cyberattacks carried out by nation states, sometimes against private companies or even individuals. At a cybersecurity conference this week, Microsoft President Brad Smith called for a "Digital Geneva Convention" to protect civilians. CNET senior editor Dan Ackerman joins "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what that means and how it could be implemented.
According to a survey conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, young people between the ages of 19 and 24 are more likely to admit they read or send texts while driving. They're also more likely to think texting while driving is acceptable, and less likely to support laws against distracted driving. Kris Van Cleave shows some other findings.