If you pass on having a strong password that you regularly update, and if you pass on using a password manager, then you won’t get a pass mark in the test of life, so please don’t fail yourself or the digital twin that is your online existence - please take passwords as seriously as you take locking your house, car or anything else you value.
We asked a number of IT executives what the 'new normal' might look like as the impact of COVID-19 wanes.
GUEST INTERVIEW: During 2020, cyber attacks surged, teaching business many lessons that have made companies and their staff much safer, but as the attacks continue, what must companies do to be as proactively secure as possible?
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