May 3, 2017 / GuidesFor Team
For starters, email passwords have become the first step of defense against hacking. Websites and computers prompt us to have a unique password that must be changed on a regular basis. As explained in an article in Dark Reading, the risk is higher with an unchanged password, particularly for non-IT specialists.
Employees thus must change passwords on their corporate, and even BYOD, devices regularly. That’s just one part of their continuing education. Training employees on best email security practices will surely protect your organization from unwanted cyber attacks. Information is key to risk reduction. Read on to know the three other ways to secure your email and avoid potential hacks. – Gail Limpin
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