A truism of the modern workplace is that your employees underestimate the risk that their password habits present to your enterprise. Indeed, a study of password habits by CSID in 2012 showed that more than 60 percent of respondents used the same password on multiple sites. Even worse, nearly 45 percent of those respondents said they changed their password less than once each year.
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Poor password habits are the root cause of many data breaches, even when you
maintain good data security
otherwise. Here are five bad habits your employees should omit from the workplace immediately.
In larger environments, it is not uncommon to have both a CIO/CTO and CISO (Chief Information Security Officer). The CTO/CIO is usually held accountable for the development and implementation of the IT strategy to support the institution's business strategy in line with its risk appetite. A CISO is typically responsible for overseeing and reporting on the management and mitigation of information security risks across the institution and is held accountable for the results of this oversight and reporting.
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