What Your Password Policy Should Be

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Reports of the death of passwords have been greatly exaggerated.You know passwords are still a necessary evil, despite recurring predictions that some new credentialing architecture will take over in just a few years’ time. Until then, your goal is to craft password policies that mitigate as much risk as possible for both your employees and your organizations.In this e-book, Roger A. Grimes, KnowBe4’s Data-Driven Defense Evangelist, details the pros and cons of password use. Roger explains how the implementation of supporting frameworks, such as MFA and password managers, can help you keep your organization locked down.From common password attacks to what to put in place to stop them, he covers it all!Download this e-book to learn:

  • What tactics bad actors use to hack passwords (and how to avoid them)
  • The pros and cons of password managers and multi-factor authentication and how they impact your risk
  • How to craft a secure password policy that addresses the most common methods of password attack
  • How to empower your end users to become your best last line of defense