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Despite weak company passwords more or less presenting a welcome mat for cybercriminals, many organizations still don’t seem to get the memo, falling back on authentication platforms that are shockingly easy to breach.
Cloud sprawl is a headache we all experience in business today. Employees have too many cloud tools from CRM to accounting to file sharing to efficiently collaborate with co-workers and customers. Not to mention keep track of their own tools. The data islands these tools create from your business’s sensitive data put your company and customer’s data at risk. To further complicate the issue, shadow IT could be hiding up to 90% of your company’s cloud footprint. So how can IT keep up if you don't have the full picture? Learn how to secure your company and customer’s sensitive information from shadow IT while maintaining an efficient workforce.
These days, it seems not a day goes by without a data breach story appearing in the news. As these security incidents become more prevalent - not to mention more costly - one of the best things that small businesses can do to prevent them is to learn from others' mistakes.
If you're one of many who don't take the proper steps to secure your passwords, welcome to the first round of a globe-spanning trivia game. But don't expect this to be a "Jeopardy"-style event replete with monetary rewards and helpful calls to knowledgeable friends.
As the Google password dump illustrates, it's important for users to protect themselves.
Passwords alone, as the age of rampant hacking has taught us, are far from infallible. Unfortunately, many people don't realize this and instead choose to operate on the assumption that one password applied across many different accounts will somehow keep them protected.