Passphrases with 3 or 4 words are more secure than a password consisting of letters, numbers and symbols. These are examples of the most secure password type.
Follow these rules & best practices for a strong, memorable password to prevent your accounts from being hacked by social engineering, brute force or dictionary attack
To make your passwords safer, you want to create a password that you can remember and you need to make sure your password is greater than 13 or 14 characters
Passwords need to be strong enough so they cannot be easily guessed, but you want them to be memorable enough that you can recall them when you need them