Password attacks are an ongoing threat facing organizations. As the number of stolen credentials reaches an all-time high, with over 3 Billion reported stolen worldwide, organizations must contain their weakest link. Password attacks work because users are predictable. Their poor choices are encouraged by the password complexity rules that must be met during the password creation process.
In Strengthening Passwords Against Common Attacks, you will learn:
Why standard password creation techniques favor attackers
How the most common password attacks (social engineering, dictionary, and brute-force) work
Strategies to improve end-user behavior and password security
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With billions of credentials circulating the Dark web, it’s important to block all compromised passwords to prevent credential stuffing and other types of password attacks. Learn how you can block all weak passwords using a continuously updated list of leaked passwords and dictionaries.
The Specops Authentication for O365 demo video highlights the administrator and user interface of the solution. It includes a walk-through of the dynamic multi-factor authentication engine, which helps secure authentication to O365.