The prevalence of technology in even mundane, everyday tasks means that more scams are out there to take advantage of unsuspecting victims. Hackers will do everything they can to take advantage of vulnerabilities in your systems, as well as cracks in your employees’ technological know-how. One way you can take the fight to them is by reinforcing appropriate password security measures.
We want to share some of the best practices for password security that are often overlooked in the face of convenience:
These tips are a solid place to start with your password security, but you can make things even better and more secure with the right technology solutions in place.
There are a couple of specific measures that should be implemented to achieve maximum password security.
We recommend you turn on multi-factor authentication for any accounts which allow it, which should be most of them at this stage. This provides an extra layer of security which makes it more unlikely a hacker can break into any of your accounts, as they effectively need not one, but two keys to gain access to them. A good multi-factor authentication requirement should use some combination of the following:
Password management also makes password security much more effective, as you can store your passwords in an encrypted vault where they will be kept safe for when they are needed. Password managers also tend to come with built-in password generators, making complying with password security protocols much easier.
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