It is well known that longer passwords are more secure than short ones, however, when it comes to IT security users will usually do the bare minimum. If a password policy only requires an 8 character password, most users will only use 8 characters and no more. This behaviour is partly down to laziness, but..
The future of passwords is under the spotlight at present. The discussion to remove and replace them with alternative authentication methods is being addressed in many virtual boardrooms around the world with the need to migrate towards passwordless authentication. As password-related breaches become more common (SolarWinds and Cit0Day) and bigger (COMB), it is becoming more..
Protect yourself, protect your organization, protect your Active Directory With everyone working at home and IT policies under scrutiny as cyberattacks are on the rise, how do you ensure your Active Directory is secure? Time to do an audit to find out! Remote working is key to keeping organizations functional but it can also be..
Most major organisations working with Microsoft systems will use Active Directory (AD) to centrally authenticate all resources on a network based on a central database. The solution, in theory, is a way to centrally manage user security, which sounds appealing to large organisations. The reality, however, is that AD is not secure on its own..