BYOD [Bring Your Own Device] policies: They are great for the connect-from-anywhere employee workflow preference, but they are not always safe for business networks.
You are not alone if you are still using usernames and passwords like it’s 1999. This single-factor verification has been the go-to for proving user identity. Even more problematic, many people reuse passwords over and over – or create simple, easy-to-detect passwords that any hacker can guess. (Password123, anyone?) This can lead to stolen dollars and information.
It’s not if – it’s when.
Criminals are continuously looking for ways to capture your data – through system glitches, human error, and malicious attacks. And they’re unbelievably good at what they do.