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S&P Global: Prevent fraud with payment card BIN monitoring service

Enzoic's new service will allow financial organizations to subscribe their institution's BIN to the service and receive alerts when it detects an exposure.

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S&P Global: Secure Passwords Require a Stronger Password Policy

Despite compromised credentials being the source of the vast majority of data breaches, passwords aren’t going anywhere.

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IDC Analyst: Has 9_ThiS**Passw0rd:Been-007-Broken?!

This IDC Analyst Brief reveals how passwords aren't going away and what can be done to improve their creation.

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SANS: Fighting Back Against Compromised Credentials

Organizations need a security control that prevents users from choosing bad passwords (including those previously compromised).

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The State of Password Security in the Enterprise

Read this primary research report to see how much longer organizations expect to use passwords, what types of cyberattacks concern organizations the most, and more.

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The State of Authentication Security

Real-World Insights & Best Practices for Password Management. This survey explores the challenges, identifies common practices, and provides insight into how organizations can bolster their defenses.

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451 Research: Love ‘em or Hate ‘em, Passwords Are Here to Stay

Passwords continue to be employed as the dominant method of authentication for accessing business IT resources. Passwords are ubiquitous.

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Enzoic Make Passwords More Bearable

Enzoic scan for weak & compromised passwords. Make passwords more bearable and helping to avoid ATO and credential-stuffing attacks.

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Contextual Awareness Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) Summary Research Report

Identity and access management (IAM) responsibly enable user authorizations and block unauthorized access. Read the report on security effectiveness.

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