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Security pros know that a user name and password pair isn’t the most secure method of logging into your businesses sites and apps – just wait a news cycle and you’re sure to hear about another breach where a company’s passwords have been exposed. But for the time being passwords are still the defacto way that businesses access cloud and web resources daily.
Check out what universities Stanford and Emerson College are doing to get their employees and students on the straight and arrow of secure password policies... and they're going willingly.
Businesses want assurance that their data and resources are safe, and it’s no secret that passwords are not cutting it anymore. Let’s be honest, they are the weakest link in the security chain. And why is that? Well, it’s mostly attributed to the “something you know” piece of the authentication equation AKA the human element. So how do you solve this problem? Implement that second gate of security, two-factor authentication.
CloudEntr's May feature release delivers more options and more convenience for businesses and employees to use two-factor authentication.
It's no secret that cloud-based applications have revolutionized the way we work, but according to new our survey report with The 451 Group, they’re also changing how enterprises use Identity and Access Management (IAM) solutions and are creating a realized need for SMBs to invest in cloud security.
Learn why IAM solutions are a top priority for companies in 2014: we share key industry trends, IT planning priorities, criteria for selecting the right solution, and security tips direct from over 200 business management, IT, and security professional from our 2014 report, The Growing Cloud Identity Crisis.
Administrators should ensure their remote employees have all the tools they need to do their jobs effectively while away from the office.
Be it client payment details, new product proposals or other internal documents, companies must work to ensure that their company-owned intellectual property remains theirs.
While some are criticizing the protection measure as outdated and the cause of many security issues, passwords still reign supreme.