It’s no secret that in today’s information-rich society, data is often your organization’s biggest asset. It’s vital to keep your IT systems secure to protect that data from thieves and fraudsters,. But since most systems still rely on outdated authentication methods such as prompting for usernames and passwords, this is easier said than done.
One of the biggest problems is that in many cases, employees and customers continue using passwords that are not just easy for criminals to crack—they’ve actually already been compromised, in part thanks to people using the same password in many places.
So how can you tell whether a user’s password is secure? How can you detect when a password breach happens? And how can you prevent these problems from happening in the first place? Read on to find out more.