Using strong passwords
People first reflex is often to choose a password easy to remember. Dolefully, “123456”, “password”, “12345678”, and “qwerty” are so overly used they become as common as birthday and other personal dates.
The second reflex would be to keep those “too easy” passwords for a long period of time. Indeed, 47% use the same …Continue Reading »
We often think wrongly that the security within an organization is the concern of the managers and the dedicated departments only.
At the end of the day, every shareholder (owners, managers, and employees) has a role to play in the daily safety of their workplace.
Fortunately, there are easy steps to undertake every day to ensure …Continue Reading »
Access control is a must-have when it comes to commercial security. But it also suffers from an image problem.
In fact, it is often underestimated by end users who limits its features to the basic doors’ locks and unlocks.
Here are other access control assets and emerging trends:
With a constantly changing environment, business owners want …Continue Reading »