Passwords, and the users who apply their own passwords, are often the weakest link in any security infrastructure. From using simple, easily cracked passwords to the classic step of writing them down on a sticky note, getting your users to adhere to stronger password policies will go a long way toward protecting your organization.
During this editorial webcast, experts from Redmond magazine and Specops will discuss best practices for ensuring passwords are indeed protecting your organization’s digital assets and steps you can take to make your password policies as effective as possible. You’ll come away from this webcast with actionable tactics you can put into place right away to enhance your password strength.
Specops Password Policy helps you increase password security in your Microsoft Active Directory environment. You can use Specops Password Policy to enforce password rules, meet compliance requirements and help users select stronger passwords. Download this datasheet for the Specops Password Policy Business Case.
Due to constant online threats, consumers are now demanding better security. Common authentication vulnerabilities ranging from weak login credentials to insecure password recovery processes can lead to serious security breaches. Better data protection starts with strengthening authentication processes – not only for consumers but also employees. If you are planning to improve user authentication experiences,…
Specops Password Blacklist is a hosted service comprised of more than 1 billion leaked passwords including the haveibeenpwned list. Download this datasheet to see how Specops Password Blacklist can increase authentication security.