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A Benchmark for Your Unsafe Passwords

News and warnings about data breaches and leaks abound at the moment, emphasizing the need for increased cybersecurity regardless of the industry. Microsoft’s Active Directory is often the perfect target for bad actors seeking to abuse compromised credentials. Despite the frequency of compromised credentials being the cause of data breaches, most organizations do not know whether their users’ passwords are safe. …

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Seven Active Directory Security Tips from The Experts

Microsoft Active Directory (AD) allows IT administrators to manage users, data, and applications within their organization’s network. Due to its popularity and importance within companies, AD is a perfect target for ‘bad actors.’ We’ve most likely all seen the massive increase in data breaches over the past few years. There are many attack vectors out there, but compromised credentials are …

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Response Required

Why organizations need to react urgently to the state of password security, according to data from 451 Research In a recent brief titled “Love ‘em or Hate ‘em, Passwords Are Here to Stay,” 451 Research indicated that despite the stirrings of a passwordless revolution, the widespread use of passwords won’t be changing in the foreseeable future. The 451 brief points …

Questions to ask when considering compromised password monitoring providers: https://www.enzoic.com/questions-to-ask-compromised-password-monitoring-vendors/

Questions to Ask Compromised Password Monitoring Vendors

Organizations using Active Directory must update their password policies to block and detect compromised passwords, but comparing password monitoring vendors in this area can sometimes be challenging. Often, organizations are not sure how to compare vendors and are not sure what questions should be asked when working with password monitoring vendors. By asking the right questions, you can pick the …

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Need Help Auditing for Compromised Passwords?

Password audits have become more difficult. New data breaches expose credentials every day. These are quickly fed into hackers’ cracking dictionaries, changing which passwords you need to keep out. Verizon’s DBIR found 81% of data breaches were caused by compromised, weak, and reused passwords. Traditional algorithmic complexity rules are no longer considered a key factor in password strength. NIST password …

Percentage of respondents indicating methods for performing key IAM tasks in their organizations: https://www.enzoic.com/wp-content/uploads/EMA-Contextual-Awareness-Report-03.2020-ENZOIC-SUMMARY.pdf

Identity and Access Management has a Password Problem

Recent research from Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) found that a staggering 60% of organizations have experienced a security breach in the past year. Digging into the details, the leading source of breaches (24.4%) was once again due to compromised user passwords. The findings also highlighted that a further 16.1% of breaches were down to a user sharing credentials with an …

Ensuring Security in the Coronavirus Remote Working Era: https://www.enzoic.com/security-in-the-coronavirus-remote-working-era/

Ensuring Security in the Coronavirus Remote Working Era

Working from home has become the new reality for organizations of all industries and sizes as the nation struggles to contain the coronavirus pandemic. As companies contemplate an indefinite period of remote work and virtual interactions, it’s essential that they not overlook a critical variable: ensuring online security. Security while remote working adds a whole new layer of complexity. As …