This episode of the CyberSpeak with InfoSec Institute podcast goes into detail about the popular and often controversial topic of passwords. Susan Morrow has worked in the IT security sector since the early 1990s — working across diverse sectors such as file encryption, digital rights management, digital signing and online identity.
In the podcast, Morrow and and Chris Sienko, host of CyberSpeak with InfoSec Institute, discuss:
- What systemic mistakes are people and organizations making with their passwords? (1:20)
- Has two-factor authentication provided more security than passwords? (4:40)
- Which of your passwords need to be secure? (8:15)
- What is the best way to create and store a secure password? (12:50)
- What are some best practices for updating bad passwords? (17:45)
- How have NIST password requirements changed? (22:15)
- Is there a way to keep cybersecurity at the front of people’s minds? (27:00)
- Is it possible to get to a post-password world and how do we get there? (30:00)
The InfoSec Institute security awareness series highlights the importance of security education across all levels of an organization. For more on security awareness and anti-phishing solutions, check out SecurityIQ by InfoSec Institute: https://www2.infosecinstitute.com/security-awareness
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*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from InfoSec Resources authored by Jeff Peters. Read the original post at: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/infosecResources/~3/T-qHgJe1nB4/