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New Report: Companies Passing on Password Security

October 19, 2017 No Comments

Featured report by The Cyber Security Exchange

You can have the most sophisticated home security system in the world, but if you leave the front door open, it’s all for nothing.

The same principle applies to enterprises. Protecting data starts with disallowing unauthorized access, and that begins with a solid username and password. Login information is the “front door” to your company’s data, but according to a recent study, most large companies are leaving basic, “dead-bolt” security measures on the table, potentially losing millions of dollars.

Click here to download this report now!

cyber security exchange New Report: Companies Passing on Password Security

 

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