Why your employees' social network password practices aren't safe

Employee Social Network Password Practices a Major Workplace Risk

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Social networks don’t remind or make clear to users the risks associated with weak passwords, or never changing their passwords.

This means employees have less than desirable habits with their passwords, leaving your organization at risk.

Thycotic’s annual survey of participants at the February 2017 RSA Conference in San Francisco reveals startling and disturbing insights into the password habits of security professionals (and likely their fellow employees).

Discover:

  • Key findings from the RSA Survey
  • A list of free, professional password security tools
  • The details about the disconnect between security professionals and their own cybersecurity habits (and maybe some of yours too)
Vendor:
Thycotic
Posted:
17 Apr 2017
Published:
30 Dec 2016
Format:
PDF
Length:
6 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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