It’s Time to Take Control of Your Passwords
In the advanced digital age we live in, it’s no secret that data breaches occur from time to time. In 2020, cybercriminals have ramped up their attacks. A constant through all of this is that many of these breaches aren’t due to nefarious activity, but rather lax security practices.
The Ponemon Institute has released the results of Cybersecurity in the Remote Work Era: A Global Risk Report, which shows U.S. companies struggling with remote work cybersecurity. Whether it’s weak passwords or accounts with no authentication required, hackers are finding it all too easy to create a major headache for organizations.
Cybersecurity: Password Recommendations
Strong passwords are great, but it doesn’t mean much when a cybercriminal already has the password in hand. Cybersecurity experts have preached regularly changing your password, and yet most of us still groan every time we get the notification that it’s time to change our passwords. But password protection doesn’t need to be a headache on its own.
Protecting your organization and data starts with creating a robust password policy. An easy way to enforce this is with a password manager to manage all of your strong passwords with only one password to remember. With personal accounts as well as businesses, password managers will help protect you from password-related data breaches and take the worry out of reading about the next data breach.
Keeper Security Password Manager
Imagineering is proud to be a Keeper Security partner, providing a secure option for your organization to easily adopt a robust password policy. You can manage and audit all of your passwords from one central location, while still maintaining stringent privacy and security policies. In the background, Keeper will also evaluate the imported passwords and warn about weak, reused, or compromised passwords.
Bolster your password security and privacy. Ask Imagineering about setting up your Keeper Security password manager account for only a few dollars per user per month.
It’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month!
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