Millennials are the ‘sloppiest’ when it comes to online security

Millennials were raised in the computer age and, generally speaking, most are at ease with adapting to constantly changing tech.

Password management service compromised in attack

People use password managers because they’re supposed to be safer than several alternatives, such as writing down passwords on a piece of paper or using the same one across multiple accounts.

Americans and passwords still don’t get along

Chances are your users aren’t putting as much attention into security as they should be. And it may lead to real problems for IT. 

No, you should not change your WiFi password to your favorite sports team

The advice in this headline may seem like a no-brainer. Unfortunately, it doesn’t go without saying if a recent company’s advice is any indication. 

The top 10 IT Manager Daily stories of 2016

From monumental security breaches to product announcements, 2016 has been a big year for technology and those who manage it. So which stories were you and your peers most interested in? 

These are the worst passwords you could ever use

Getting users to select secure passwords is difficult. Getting them to stop using these old ‘passwords’ would be better than nothing. 

Hackers are coming for your privileged accounts: What you can do to stop them

Not all accounts are created equal. Those that have special privileges and access are a prime target for hackers, and companies know it. But what can they do to protect these super users?

Companies predict end of passwords by 2025

Passwords are an imperfect solution to security. But are they really on the way out? According to many businesses, they are. And it’s long overdue.

The 3 biggest problems with password policies

Companies’ employees do a lot that puts sensitive information at risk. One of the biggest problems: They choose weak passwords that offer little protection. And despite IT’s best efforts, organizations’ password policies haven’t done much to solve the problem. 

Even Mark Zuckerberg can be a victim of password theft

Celebrities from Jack Black to Mark Zuckerberg recently had their Twitter accounts hijacked. And while the fallout so far seems to be mostly childish pranks, the security lessons from this incident can’t be overstated.