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How Vendors Are Making You Vulnerable

How many different categories of accounts do you currently have in your Active Directory? There are so many to distinguish between! Just to mention a few: employee accounts, shared mailboxes, vendor accounts, patient/customer accounts, service accounts, and so many more!

When it comes to writing your company’s password policy, are you also incorporating non-employee accounts into the password policy? These accounts would have titles like vendors, sub-contractors, and accounts of the like. It is very important that the password policy you create is required for non-employee accounts too. Believe it or not, all accounts are equal! They all require a username and a password, so they are all equally as likely to get hacked!

To learn more, read the infographic below:

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