Thursday, April 6 is World Password Day, a day dedicated to promoting safer password practices. Strong password management has been especially important as cyberattacks have skyrocketed since the onset of the pandemic and the switch to remote work. As many employees continue to work from home, security is more important than ever and passwords can be the first line of defense against computers, networks, and to sensitive and vulnerable enterprise and personal information. Here, security executives share their insight and tips on how to create and promote safer password practices in the enterprise and among employees.
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To avoid insider threats, security strategies call for behavioral profiling and anomaly comparison
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With technology becoming more accessible and complex, prioritizing a defense against insider threats may be the better strategy. After all, the moment an outsider breaches an organization, they become an insider.