When it comes to protecting data, one of the biggest challenges for IT is getting users to follow best practices for password protection. However, many organizations try to enforce practices that do little to actually make passwords more secure.
IT pros aren’t confident that their company can fend off data breaches, according to a recent survey – and part of the blame lies inside the IT department.
Along with tips on how to keep mobile devices and data secure, here’s another item companies may want to add to their smartphone training:
Often the hardest part about overhauling an organization’s IT security program is knowing where to begin. In this guest post, security pro Ryan Halstead has some advice on getting started.
Some common password security rules and suggestions aren’t actually doing much to make passwords more secure, a new study says.