Password Best Practise: A Must-Have Layer of Cyber Defense

Posted by Craig McDonald on 25 August 2021 13:19:46 AEST

We all use passwords. In fact, we need them to access almost any online device. They are the key to retrieving sensitive data, whether it be online banking, classified company documents or social profiles, such as LinkedIn. They’re the first line of defense to protect crucial information, and often the most vulnerable. It’s not surprising then, that cybercriminals often create phishing scams to steal password credentials in order to procure data for use in criminal activity.

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Cyber Criminals Are Getting Smarter - Your Antivirus Won’t Save You Now

Posted by Daniel Graziano on 24 August 2015 17:08:00 AEST

Cybercriminals are growing increasingly sophisticated in their advances to infiltrate your network’s security defences and gain access to critical business data. 

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Strong passwords: How easy is yours to crack?

Posted by MailGuard Editor on 31 May 2012 20:50:00 AEST

With hacking on the rise, the days of businesses getting away with poor password habits are well and truly over. There is significant money in hacking and small and medium sized companies are being targeted just like their bigger counterparts.

Here are a few tips on password security best practice.

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