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The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
The Perils of Passwords
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The Perils of Passwords

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See the most recent industry stats on the costs and compromises of password-based security. Then take a look into the future with Dell’s 3-part approach to better data protection for your company. …

See the most recent industry stats on the costs and compromises of password-based security. Then take a look into the future with Dell’s 3-part approach to better data protection for your company. Learn more: http://del.ly/PerilsOfPasswords

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  • 1. Demystifying Security: The Perils of Passwords Demystifying Security is an informative series about cyber security and its impact on your business.
  • 2. Passwords are Passe Every day we use passwords, from work to finance to Facebook. Just keeping track of them all has become a challenge. But there's a better way. g 0| I
  • 3. Passwords are not secure 30% of security breaches are due to a weak password.
  • 4. O of security 0 breaches use bare minimum security requirements.
  • 5. Passwords are not efficient Diverse system requirements result in too many passwords.
  • 6. Password issues account for 6- ’ . ta, -2‘ 7‘ i 4:1. M 5, ~ M i. v ‘E J l g of all IT requests.
  • 7. Passwords are expensive Countless productive hours are lost over forgotten passwords.
  • 8. Forgotten passwords cost you: $10 to $15 each on average.
  • 9. Q Bottom line: Passwords aren't a great solution.
  • 10. Dell suggests 1 3 steps to better ' security: — something personal — something physical — something digital
  • 11. Something personal Biometrics use physical characteristics that are unique to each employee, i. e.: fingerprints, which are extremely difficult to duplicate.
  • 12. Something physical Smart cards give IT Staff immediate login access to quickly solve problems, reducing lost productivity time.
  • 13. Something digital Encryption technology creates an extra measure of security across different types of devices.
  • 14. Qfifiisl Better security is better business See how Dell DDP I Security tools can help protect beyond passwords.

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