Security questions have been around almost as long as the Internet and passwords. They are inherently weak and recently both Gartner and the National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) have drawn a hard line in the sand concerning them.... Read More
Secure privileged accounts and keep business secrets where they belong
What did the breaches at Target, JPMorgan Chase, and Anthem have in common? They stemmed from a violation of privileged access. Those with privileged access own the proverbial keys to the kingdom – elevated permissions, and access to sensitive... Read More
Resetting password? Just put your finger on it
It’s no secret that people hate passwords. Organizations often require passwords to be at least eight characters long and include lowercase letters, uppercase letters, number and special characters. While these complexity requirements barely make passwords secure, they are enough... Read More
Who knows the answers to your security questions?
Security questions, also known as challenge questions or secret questions, are a way to help you recover access to accounts when you forget your passwords. Security questions are meant to protect your accounts but they can actually provide hackers... Read More