Security researchers and IT consultants are quick to give people advice on how to create a strong password, and usually this comes in the form of a list of tips, strategies, and must haves. But recently, CyLab, an institution dedicated to cyber security research and education, decided to take another route.
In the last few months, the cyber world has been hit with one attack after the other after the other. And while this sounds completely horrible, it really isn’t anything out of the ordinary. At this point, we’re used to cyber-threats and data breaches, and when something large-scale does occur, there’s the predictable mad dash for everyone and anyone to change their passwords – which is a good thing.
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When it comes to disasters, people and businesses tend to think big, really big. Take for example Superstorm Sandy that hit the eastern US earlier in November. It can be pretty much guaranteed that a whole string of businesses will be preparing diligently for the next big storm.