Cumbersome and ineffective password requirements beg the question: Is there a better way? The answer is certainly yes.
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Everyone knows that weak passwords are the scourge of strapping security. Unfortunately, strong passwords are not much better.
Before I can demonstrate the ultimate way to secure passwords and password management, I need to first discuss the truth about MFA.
In the wake of massive computer advancements, why are humans still the ones being asked to generate, know and reveal passwords?
Why start with password management? Managing passwords is frustrating and often very inconvenient for employees. The hurdles are ridiculous.
Passwords and biometrics both have their place in cybersecurity and authentication, but not as competing Single Factor Authentications. Instead, their strength comes when they are combined together for Multi-Factor Authentication.
At the beginning of the month, I wrote a blog about how a study showed that Facebook may just be a reliable assessment tool for recruiters. It sparked a conversation about whether employers should be using Facebook to screen applicants. Flash forward a couple of weeks, and stories about job seekers being asked for FacebookRead… Read more »
Since user authentication is the front line of security, the stronger it is the better. In this article I want to discuss multi-factor authentication and why it is stronger than just a single factor. Proving your identity involves using one or more of three possible factors: • Knowledge (passwords, PINs, etc.)• Possession (driver’s license, token,Read… Read more »