Learn about the high cost of password mismanagement in enterprises and how ManageEngine Password Manager Pro can save you with centralized management and automated resets.
How Secure Is Password Manager Pro?
Gone are the days when all you needed was a strong password to guard your data. Now, we live in an era where you not only choose a strong password, but also get a strong and secure password manager. A password manager is a premier solution that helps consolidate all privileged accounts , control s access, and safeguard s the accounts.
Hacking Hospitality: How to Fight the Cyber-criminals Targeting Business Travelers
Traditionally, financial institutions have remained the top targets of cyber -criminals across the globe. Of late, hackers are eyeing so many other things that , one would normally consider unworthy of hacking. They are even find ing novel ways to monetize the data gathered through such attacks
Jimmy Kimmel Sheds Light on Password Security
Ace comedian Jimmy Kimmel, who is known for tickling our funny bones through his television shows, tried a social engineering experiment last week.
Why MSPs Should Take Extra Care in Managing Client Passwords
Passwords on spreadsheets put client networks at risk, along with Managed IT service providers’ credibility and trustworthiness. Managed IT Service Providers (MSPs) deliver a variety of IT and network management services to their clients. In particular, small and medium organizations are increasingly relying on MSPs to manage part or all of their IT services
The Heartbleed Bug: How to Mitigate Risks with Better Password Management
– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – As the dust begins to settle down on the Heartbleed bug, it is time to critically assess the password management practices in your organization.
Will passwords become obsolete soon?
Will passwords soon become a thing of the past? Have they already become obsolete?
5 Top Targets for Today’s Hackers
Black Hat USA bills itself as “the show that sets the benchmark for all other security conferences.” While most conferences tend to over-promote themselves, given the activity at this year’s show, that actually might be something of an understatement. From the defense of government surveillance delivered by NSA Director General Keith Alexander to briefings on the coming “cryptopocalypse” and the risks associated with embedded devices and the Internet of Things, Black Hat reminds us that a little bit of paranoia is warranted in today’s connected world.
Spate of shocking cyber attacks on universities jolt academia
It is hauntingly clear – cyber criminals have set their eyes firmly on universities, research institutions, and centers of higher learning in the United States and other parts of the world. If the cyber attacks of the past few weeks are any indication, universities are now facing the biggest threat to information security
Your Net Worth Is Online – And Less Safe Than Ever
The Black Hat USA 2013 conference, which kicks off tomorrow in Las Vegas, brings together the brightest minds in IT security each year — those who are responsible for perpetrating and protecting against the latest hacks and vulnerabilities. And not a second too soon, since every week seems to usher in another security catastrophe. This week’s shocker was the outing of a hole in mobile device SIM cards, by Karsten Nohl, the founder of Security Research Labs in Berlin