The Art of Creating Strong Passwords

From Computerworld (Michael Scalisi)

While security has never been more important than it is today, the fastest way for an IT professional to become the most despised person in the company is to start enforcing a strong password policy. A policy perceived as overbearing may cause people to write down their passwords on a sticky-note near their computers, circumventing its very purpose. Your policy will be ineffective if your users don’t know how to create strong passwords that are easy to remember.  Read the full story [computerworld.com]

From Computerworld (Michael Scalisi)

While security has never been more important than it is today, the fastest way for an IT professional to become the most despised person in the company is to start enforcing a strong password policy. A policy perceived as overbearing may cause people to write down their passwords on a sticky-note near their computers, circumventing its very purpose. Your policy will be ineffective if your users don’t know how to create strong passwords that are easy to remember.  Read the full story [computerworld.com]

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