IBM's new "Future of Identity Study" revealed that while millennials are less likely to use complex passwords than their older counterparts, they embrace new technologies for identity protection.
Thanks largely to recent news headlines, consumers are becoming more aware of security concerns, meaning that retailers must improve their data security practices to earn customer trust.
A password manager enables users to access all their login credentials with a single master password, eliminating the need to juggle multiple credentials to access various accounts.
Symmetric key encryption, password hashing and SHA-1 are all ineffective ways to store passwords during the software development stage.
According to a recent survey, baby boomers exhibit more cybersecurity awareness than their millennial counterparts — but not by much.
These five cybersecurity tips can help users review and update their online practices to protect their identities from advanced threats.
Enterprises and individual users should follow these six account protection tips not just during National Cyber Security Anwareness Month, but year-round.
Companies all over the world are going green, but due to budgetary limitations and industry customs, many have yet to adopt green security technology.
To combat cyber fatigue, security leaders must communicate the importance of password hygiene without diluting the message.
With the most recent draft of its Digital Identity Guidelines, NIST revised many of its federal recommendations regarding passwords and access management.