Tag Archives: Password Policy Advice

The Impact of Password Education on Employee Password Choices

As the great philosopher, Herbert Spencer, once said, “The great aim of education is not knowledge but action.” In the IT world, we constantly stress to our employees to make smart password choices. We have a “go-to” password policy that is typed up and stored in a filing cabinet located somewhere in our office. Often, […]

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The Biggest Security Threat Your Company is Facing is not A Hacker

In light of recent news your company has probably, hopefully, made securing your network a top priority. While the rest of your IT team is looking at how to protect your network from external threats- you can be one step ahead and make sure you are protecting your network from what experts are saying is […]

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Top Five Password Policy Mistakes

We’ve all done it. You are in a hurry for a lunch meeting and you want to check your email one last time and up pops a friendly, admittedly annoying, reminder that your password is about to expire. You click “OK”, check your email and dash off to lunch. This charade continues for a few […]

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How Inactive Users can be Harming Your Network

I’ve already harped on this a few times in Top Ten Ways and Five Human Habits Hackers Exploit, but we at nFront Security feel that this topic is often overlooked and it can be a huge danger to some companies. People come and go in your company all the time, that is the way business […]

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