In the world of cybersecurity, we’re exposed to an onslaught of recommendations and top “n” lists for improving IT security. The impetus for these recommendations may be the emergence of modern threats, breaches in the news, or to convey detailed analysis of various dangerous attack vectors. While such articles and blogs play a crucial part in helping to educate both the IT community and non-IT workers alike, these posts are commonly narrow in focus. They may have some universal characteristics, but are infrequently not relevant for adoption by everyone, everywhere, and at every time. This is where this blog steps in. What is the number one, universal, and best security recommendation for everyone to embrace? I will give you a hint, it is related to passwords.
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