We’ve all been told at some point to create a password that conforms to a minimum length that must use mixed alpha-numeric characters and symbols, but we often don’t know how resilient our passwords are to attack
For the foreseeable future, or until we’re all harnessing quantum computing power, passwords will more than likely form part of our every day lives for authentication. Modern hardware has provided attackers a platform on which they can attempt to break passwords at blistering speeds. If a hacker is able to establish a position where they can attack your passwords, the robustness of your password policies in conjunction with your employee’s password awareness will dictate how successful the attacker will be.
Why choose a password audit?
- A password audit will help develop your organisation’s password policy and cyber awareness culture so that they are strengthened moving forwards
- Passwords that have been identified in past data breaches can be used to shape and educate how your organisation enforces the choosing of future passwords
- Works in conjunction with our in.security Awareness Training course that has a module focused on password attacks, management and how to proactively address password security