Apr 12, 2013

For the Love of Security: End-of-Week Link Round-Up

Dark Reading's Robert Lemos caught up with our CEO Joe Siegrist this week for his article about the state of SMB password security, highlighting the need for companies to provide tools that allow employees to more easily abide by good password policies.

The main take-away points from the article:
  • Passwords are still the weak link. Businesses should adopt a central system to analyze where they're at with password security. "Without such a system, companies will be blind as to the degree of risk they have," says Siegrist. 
  • Centralized management of identity storage allows employees to be more efficient, with greater oversight and easier administration.
  • Put tools in place that will not only remind employees to employ better security practices, but allow them to do so painlessly - such as with a system like LastPass Enterprise.
A few other articles that caught our eye:
And can you believe it?
Photo by Eric Risberg / AP Photo
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What caught your attention recently? Share in the comments below!

Enjoy the weekend,
The LastPass Team 

5 comments:

  1. Well,lasspass is great,use it on my PC,but can,t get free for Android so no sync

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    1. Yes, same here. I sure wish LastPass was free for Android.

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    2. LastPass IS great, and it's cheap for the premium subscription. Support this great service and throw in a couple of bucks. Then you'll have it on Android.

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    3. Aww, c'mon... surely you can afford $1 per month. Lastpass is worth at least that much.

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  2. Getting awarded 4 mice...is that a good or a bad thing? :)

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