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Five Tips for Locking Down Password Security

Taking Action on Active Directory Active Directory (AD) is ubiquitous cross-industry and due to its popularity, cybercriminals have continually targeted it. Therefore, prioritizing safe passwords in AD is crucial. Here are five ways to address the problem. 1. Use the Principle of Least Privilege (POLP) When a network administrator is establishing the levels of access for every user of AD …

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Data Privacy Day: Five Defensive Strategies for Businesses

Data Privacy Day is a chance for businesses to engage with their customers and clients in a way that builds trust, inspires customer loyalty, and enhances the business’s reputation.  When an organization demonstrates that they care about protecting consumers’ privacy–they are in effect letting clients know that their information, data, and choices are safe with the business.   In 2022, this …

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MSPs and MSSPs: 6 Password Management Tips

The majority of users, whether new employees or CEOs, don’t realize that even if their password meets complexity requirements, it doesn’t mean it’s secure. In fact, many common password policies are overdue for an update, as for several years now cybercriminals have been taking advantage of these password policy weaknesses. These issues are compounded by password reuse—a very common user …

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The Latest Password Security Methods

Password authentication isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. It’s part of our culture, users and employees are accustomed to it, and many systems depend on the “what you know” layer. Newer technologies like biometrics might work in certain situations, but they won’t replace passwords altogether anytime soon. In our series on password security, we’ve talked about some worrying trends, the myths …

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CISA Adds Single-Factor Authentication to List of Bad Practices

One Layer Isn’t Enough The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) in the United States recently announced adding single-factor authentication to their list of Bad Practices.  CISA’s Bad Practices list contains a collection of exceptionally risky cybersecurity practices. Although intended for all industries, the practices listed are considered especially dangerous in organizations that support critical infrastructure or National Critical Functions (NCF).  …

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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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How The Current Threat Landscape Impacts Authentication Security

Repercussions from the ongoing pandemic are still reverberating through workplaces all over the world. Businesses are racing to catch up with the changes they’ve had to make to accommodate remote workers, digitalization, and new cloud technologies. Many have let their cybersecurity practices fall to the wayside in a rush to evolve with the times. In a report by PwC, 64% …