Create a strong password for your security

Password Best Practices

Sebastian Abbinanti Perspectives

Coming up with secure passwords is not as hard as you may think. Make certain that your passwords are strong and unique.Don’t use your birth date, a family member’s birth date, phone number, company name, alma mater, social security number, school mascot, favorite sports team, family members name or your pet’s name as these can be easily guessed by a …

Backup plan is important

Can You Truly Bear Not to Have a Backup Plan?

Regina Christensen Perspectives

According to Symantec SMB, 50% of SMBs admit to having no backup and disaster recovery plan in place. 41% of those surveyed confessed that they had never even given much thought to implementing a disaster recovery or business continuity plan. If you are one of them, then you really need to think about whether you can afford the status quo. …

Password security

Don’t keep the list of Passwords!!! It just makes no sense

Sebastian Abbinanti Perspectives

any network security professional, and he or she will tell you that the most important password policy after complexity requirements, length requirements, and password expiration, is “never write down a password.” There are still managers that love the convenience of having every users’ password at their immediate disposal, but keeping a list of passwords has an unintended consequence. These managers …