White Paper: SPECOPS
With password security policies and best practices in constant flux, our effectiveness in safeguarding our organization requires scrutiny. Unfortunately, the regulatory bodies we must abide by do not always pave a clear direction. This is where our own judgment must fill in the gaps.
When it comes to password security policy, it is always a good rule of thumb to take a segmented approach over a generalized one.
This whitepaper provides insights on how to create a strategy for password policies, while continuing to meet today’s compliance requirements.
Key takeaways from this whitepaper:
Character compositions and knowledge-based authentication
Forced password expiration
Compliance requirements in the backdrop of current wisdom about secure passwords
Future-proofing existing password policies
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