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The City of Paso Robles Taps Enzoic for Password Peace of Mind

The City of Paso Robles, located in San Luis Obispo County, California, is famous for its award-winning wines and relaxed atmosphere. As such, it’s no surprise that the City is a popular tourist destination, with Paso Robles included in Travel and Leisure magazine’s “25 Top Places to Visit for the Holidays” in 2015 and 2016. Located halfway between San Francisco …

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Enzoic Offers the Motion Picture Association a Premier Approach to Password Security

The Motion Picture Association (MPA) is the leading advocate of the worldwide film, television and streaming industry. Founded in 1922, the company today is championing the growing diversity of filmmakers, safeguarding intellectual property, advancing technological innovation, and supporting trade policies that can further expand the global film and TV marketplace. With operations in North America, Asia Pacific, Latin America and …

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Employee Password Security in the Healthcare Sector

The healthcare industry sector is increasingly the target of cybercriminals. According to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Journal, over the past eleven years (2009-2020) there have been more than 3,705 healthcare data breaches impacting more than 268 million medical records. Why is this happening, and what can we do to address it? The Culprits Weak and Compromised …

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Cultivating a Cybersecure Culture at Work is Everyone’s Responsibility

Businesses often say that their people are their greatest asset. When it comes to cybersecurity, this statement is truer than you might think. A constantly shifting threat landscape means cybersecurity best practices should be on everyone’s mind, not just your CTO or CISO. When employees of all areas, from new hires to the executive suite, are equipped to understand and …

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Passwords Security: Past, Present, and Future

The recent report on The State Password Security in the Enterprise reveals several essential findings for system administrators and security professionals alike.  First, whether we are happy about it or not, passwords are going to be around for a long time. Second, organizations need to familiarize themselves with current industry recommendations. And third, due to the frequency of cyber-attacks involving …

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Password Blacklists: Applying the Goldilocks Principle

One of the most effective ways to increase the strength of your network’s security is to screen users’ passwords against a list of dictionary passwords and known compromised passwords. Password vulnerabilities remain a major entry point for hackers. Over the last few years, password policy has evolved in significant ways. NIST password guidelines now indicate that using a password blacklist …

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How CJIS Evolved Password Policy Requirements

The Criminal Justice Information Services (CJIS) is the largest division of the FBI. They’re a hub of state-of-the-art tools and services for law enforcement, national security community partners, and the general public. The CJIS Security Policy is regularly updated to evolving industry best practices. Their June 2019 update introduced a new policy option for passwords. This option made it easier …

From Stolen Credentials to Full Network Compromise

From Stolen Credentials to Full Network Compromise

How Hackers Are Actually Using Exposed Passwords to Infiltrate Active Directory Recent reports like the Verizon DBIR have noted that stolen credentials are often the foothold that attackers use to compromise networks and systems. A simple phishing or credential stuffing attack becomes the entry point for a much larger enterprise, like data theft, ransomware, or system hijacking. This is rather …