In its new guidelines on secure password practices, NIST recommended using long strings of random words instead of a combination of characters and symbols.
To improve infrastructure security per the president's executive order, government agencies must build trust with the private security industry.
The man who first wrote about password strength has modified his stance and written new guidelines that IT managers should follow.
President Trump's executive order on cybersecurity sent a powerful message about the real-world implications of information security.
With the most recent draft of its Digital Identity Guidelines, NIST revised many of its federal recommendations regarding passwords and access management.
Upon analyzing a massive password dump, Duo Labs concluded that users are slowly but surely adopting recommended password security best practices.
Cybercriminals are becoming more advanced and learning how to leverage the latest authentication methods to exploit security weaknesses.
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IBM experts Dustin Hoff and Ashish Malhotra discussed ways for businesses and end users to mitigate security issues stemming from SMS authentication.
Department heads have to start thinking about risk management in terms of acceptable risk levels, not compliance requirements to mark off a checklist.